beating spoon


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  • spring beating spoon — A light pressed steel blade designed specially for beating on ridges; the spoon is placed directly on the ridge and sharp blows with a hammer are delivered to the back of the spoon, spreading the force over a large area …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • spoon — [1] A tire iron tool used to remove a tire (especially a bicycle or motorcycle tire) from its rim. Usually two or three spoons are necessary to do the job. Using a flat blade screwdriver instead of a spoon may puncture the tube. [2] See body… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • spring beating — A metalworking process for removing pressure ridges in body panels in which a spring beating spoon is laid on the ridge area and is gradually moved across the ridge while the spoon surface is hammered with a body hammer …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • bumping spoon — See spring beating spoon …   Dictionary of automotive terms

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