What Are These Tools?

bkfj40

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the one on the left is a spark plug boot puller...helpful to pull wires when the engine is running to see if you have a dead cylinder
 

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As mentioned, from left to right - spark plug pliers, battery terminal spreader, and spark plug wire puller.

The spark plug boot/wire tools are pretty self explanatory. They pull on the boot rather than pulling the wire - and potentially pulling it out of the boot.

There are times that the battery post is smaller than normal - particularly if the terminal is taken off and put on multiple times it compresses the lead post. Then, when you get a new battery, the terminal won't open up to fit the new post. People will stick a screwdriver in the terminal to pry it open, but the tool is the proper way.
 

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Is the cone thread, or just stepped?

Is either piece on the end of the shaft removable?
 
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Cone is threaded. End of shaft is serrated, basically geared to turn something as the shaft is turned clockwise. Neither end of the shaft is removable.

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I was gonna say clutch alignment tool, but now I don't have an answer.
 

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That new pic makes me thing some kind of valve seat cutting tool.
 
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