Not certain but I think a maul has one side with sort of a blunt axe.
Patton Dickson <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 06/23/99 04:25:20 PM
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To: Ron Corry <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Spridgets@autox.team.net"
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Subject: Re: Re: Lump Hammer. WasCracked Timing Cover
At 6/23/99 7:29:00 AM, you wrote:
>>I give up. What's a lump hammer?
>Haynes does not list L.H. so.......
>Lump Hammer Verbose desc." A useful, heavy,
> short-wooden-handled piece of iron,
> with equal square faces, used for
> hitting obstinate items, which have
> otherwise refused to move."
> Your term??
Some call it a B. F. H. To translate, think B=Big and the H=Hammer
I think I learned this term from Frank...
PS Isn't a "maul" a correct term for this also