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What is this short knurled, expanding or gripping part for? (it is placed next to the staking rod for size reference). It accommodates a stake perfectly. The diameter of the adjusting portion doesn't fit into the punch guide, if the punch guide is removed; the diameter left in the tool is too large and this knurled item would drop through.

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It's simply used to pick up the stake you want from the set. The stakes are slippery and too close together to grab easily in your fingers. It also apparently keeps the stakes free of the gunk on your hands.
 

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It's simply used to pick up the stake you want from the set. The stakes are slippery and too close together to grab easily in your fingers. It also apparently keeps the stakes free of the gunk on your hands.
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YouTube can be a good friend to learn about all things watch-related for a suggestion.
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