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What is this unusual Lamborghini tool?

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  1. TSS

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    Can anybody tell me what this Lamborghini branded tool is for?

    Is it for something on a Lamborghini car? Or maybe a tractor? Or some other piece of Lamborghini machinery? Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login

    It's basically a box spanner with a flat head screw driver in the middle of it which can be turned independently of the spanner.
     
  2. EarlyCat

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    I think it might be for a tractor. It's used for a set screw. I'd say it was for setting valve clearance, however the flathead would be more recessed. So maybe a set screw on a carb for a tractor?
     
  3. TSS

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    Thanks for the reply. The flat head screwdriver can move in and out of the recess so you could be right about setting valve clearance. I don't think it's for tractor carbs as I think all Lambo tractors run on diesel except the very, very early ones.
     
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    Good point. On the diesel, the injection pump has settings also. Maybe @Chadbourn Bolles will know.
     
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    Lamborghini also made hvac systems. This looks similar to a tool used to open or close the valve on a freon compressor. That's my guess.
     
  7. TSS

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    Yes perhaps it's something to do with their HVAC systems or boilers. It's an odd bit of kit. I'll have to do more research when I have time.
     

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