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Since the 1/4 drive size was the most popular model, the ratchet bodies were generally made with the RF22 model number forged into the shank, with the drive gear selected for the specific size.

Examples of refrigeration ratchets from other makers include the Duro-Chrome 4490, Walden-Worcester 867, and Williams MR-51. 337 shows a Bonney RF22 1/4 female drive refrigeration ratchet, with forged-in markings "SHUT" and "Bonney Made in U. A." on one side, and with "OPEN" and "RF22" forged into the other side.

The overall length is 7.4 inches, and the finish is chrome plating. 321 shows another Bonney 2566 brake spoon, stamped "Made in U. The overall length is 7.9 inches, and the finish is chrome plating. These brakes had an awkward adjustment mechanism and required a special type of pliers for service, which were accordingly dubbed "Steeldraulic pliers". Estimating the production date for this example is a bit tricky, as the "V" year code would normally indicate production in 1930, but the "Zenel" marking indicates production in 1933 or later.

315 shows a pair of Bonney B6 6 inch slip-joint combination pliers, stamped "U. The inset shows a side view of the pliers, illustrating the distinctive rectangular grid gripping pattern on the handles.

The overall length is 6.4 inches, and the finish is cadmium plating.

The overall length is 8.0 inches, and the finish is chrome plating. 320 shows a Bonney 2566 brake spoon, marked with the model number forged into the shank, with "Made in U. A." and the CV-Circle logo forged into the reverse. In the late 1920s various makes of automobiles (e.g. The reverse shank also has a forged-in code "EV........." visible at the left, and shown as a close-up in the middle inset.

The shank also has a forged-in code "CV." visible at the right. The shank also has a forged-in code "HM.." visible at the right (upside-down), and shown as a close-up in the lower right inset. Hubmobile, Auburn) were fitted with the "Steeldraulic" brand of mechanical brakes. The overall length is 10.6 inches, and the finish is chrome plating.

In the late 1940s Bonney introduced a new "Streamlined" design for their open-end and combination wrenches, featuring a rectangular shank with dart-shaped depressions and a raised oval in the center.

The heads were also somewhat thinner, making the wrenches lighter and easier to handle.

By 1947 one additional model was available, the RF25 with 3/8 drive.

The refrigeration ratchet models were identical except for the opening in the drive gear.

The overall length is 7.9 inches, and the finish is plain steel.

The "W" year code and plain steel finish indicates production in 1945. 342 shows a Bonney RF55A 7/8x1 flare-nut wrench, marked with "Bonney" forged into the shank, and with the model number forged into the reverse.

The reverse shank also has a forged-in code "CY.." visible at the left. 341 shows a Bonney RF54A 3/4x7/8 flare-nut wrench, marked with "Bonney" forged into the shank, and with the model number forged into the reverse.

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