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CD 154.5 Derfligher
I am sending a sketch of an insulator I got recently. All I know about it is that it came from Mexico. I would appreciate any information you could get for me about this insulator. Thank you.
Price Guide Lines
To price an insulator is a difficult thing. Many people will disagree with my prices, but remember, an insulator is only worth what someone will pay for it. I am basing my prices on observations at bottle sales and shows, price lists from different parts of the United States, shops I have visited and insulators I have seen sell at a certain ... [more]
Hemingray-110 Research Division
Here is a note on the Hemingray-110 pictured on page 29 of the August 1969 issue.
The Hemingray-110 is a dead end spool and is used in a dead end clevis or shackle. The steel pin that is dropped down through shackle and spool has a thin lead sleeve around it to cushion the pin ... [more]
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