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Hazet 772/1 Lug Wrench

Earliest Lug wrench found in Porsche Tool Kits

Photos from 1951 Hazet Catalog

Most likely in kits from 1950-1952

Marking:

"                  Hazet 772/1       VANADIUM D.P. angem"

Release Button: on side opposite the socket

Hubcap puller: pry-tip (flat edge) exposed after pulling back handle

The hubcap puller is a flat edge as opposed to the pin-type found in later Lug Wrenches (772/2)

772/1 Hubcap puller - "Blade type" or "Pry" tip:                                                                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                     

Decal: Hazet decal

Finish: Dark Satin Silver

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Ref. Rick Albro's post: 

From the 1951 Hazet Catalog (click to enlarge):

772/1

Note: "D.P. angem" can be seen on lug wrench

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From the 1952 Hazet Catalog (click to enlarge):

772/1 and 772/2

Note: "D.P. angem" can be seen on lug wrench

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Hazet 772/2 Lug Wrench

Marking:

"                  Hazet 772/2       VANADIUM D.P. angem" (this marking is for 1953 and earlier)

"                  Hazet 772/2       VANADIUM GERMANY D.P. angem" (this is post-1953)

" Chrom      Hazet 772/2       VANADIUM GERMANY D.P. angem" (this is post-1953)

Release Button: on either side depending on year

Hubcap puller: pin exposed after pulling back handle

772/2 Hubcap puller - Pin-tip:

Decal: Hazet decal

Finish: Light Silver

NOTE from Eric's site; According to Jim Perrin's tool kit articles 356 Registry Vol. 23 #1 p.17 and Vol.24 #1 p.38 the "D.P. angem" marking on the lug wrench is correct up through 1956, and then it was changed to "D.B.P." in 1957.

 

NOTE according to James Davies, A note on the D.B.Angem marking: the 1953 and earlier wrenches don't have "GERMANY" stamped before D.P.Angem. By 1955, they do, according to Jim Perrin's reporting on the original 1955 kits.

REGARDLESS of the above notes, the patent was issued to Hazet on June 3, 1954, and most likely the change did not appear until the previous stock was used up. Hazet did not change their items to correspond with Porsche Model changes, so there is no "definitive" change, only "suggested changes"

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Different variations of 772 Lug Wrenches:

1950 to 1952:

1." CHROM    Hazet 772/1       VANADIUM D.P. angem", "L" Underline - button on right 

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2." CHROM    Hazet 772/2       VANADIUM D.P. angem", "L" Underline - button on right

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POST 1953: "GERMANY" added, and changed to straight underline

3."                   Hazet 772/2       VANADIUM GERMANY D.P. angem", straight Underline - button on right (no photo)

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4." CHROM   Hazet 772/2       VANADIUM GERMANY D.P. angem", straight Underline - button on right

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1954: June 3, 1954 Patent approved:

5." CHROM   Hazet 772/2       VANADIUM GERMANY D.B.P.", straight Underline - button on right

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6." CHROM   Hazet 772/2       VANADIUM GERMANY D.B.P.", straight Underline - button on left

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Different variations of 772 Lug Wrench Hubcap Puller:

772/1 Hubcap puller - "Blade type" or "Pry" tip:                                                                               772/2 Hubcap puller - Pin-tip:

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Details of 772/1 Lug Wrench:

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Photo courtesy of Rick Albro

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Patent of Hazet Lug Wrenches:

Photo courtesy of Rick Albro

Click photo to enlarge

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Lug Nut: Steel Black Oxide

Markings: "B" - The "B" on the lug nuts is actually a ligature of B and S for Bauer and Schaurte or a B and S that is merged.  

Made by: Bauer und Schaurte

Other Finishes noted: hard chrome plated or industrial chrome plated

Installed in the kit: tied to the speed wrench with a strap of leather

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Made by: Bauer und Schaurte

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Made by: ???