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? Can anyone tell me what this item is?

Can anyone tell me what this piece of hardware is?


 
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What hardware? I don't see any hardware, or anything else for that matter.
 
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Maybe hardware is not the word for this piece of metal. I am thinking this bracket has something to do with electrical parts.
 
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Welcome to the forums.

It looks like a way to attach an electrical wire to a post. What we would call a bolt on lug.

When I research the patent number I get: Flexible track belt with track shoes and / or anchor plates
 
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Tell us all the lettering stamped on the item.
 
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I have no idea exactly what it is, but if you are really that curious you could call them and ask. Let us know if you find out.

Sav-A-Tir Inc - Blue Ridge, GA
 
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When you research the patent number further it shows that the number was associated with a tool used to crimp ferrules onto steel cable without deforming the cable itself. By the looks of the part it would make sense that it could have been used at the end of a steel cable.

Patent US3064706


 
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Old 09-27-13, 04:21 PM
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Tire valve stem clamp.....company out of business since 1988.

On Monday, October 24, 1988, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for SAV-A-TIR by AMERICAN REPAIR SERVICE, INC., ATLANTA 30318. The USPTO has given the SAV-A-TIR trademark serial number of 73759210. The current federal status of this trademark filing is CANCELLED - SECTION 8.
 
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Thank you for all the replies.
 
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