Identify the Mystery Object.

357mag

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I think the object is a bit generic.
It looks like the plastic piece goes flush with something and you have to put your fingers in there to turn it.
As the threads stops before the end of the screw, I assume it's used as a stop of some kind.

Maybe from an office chair.

I think we need to know:
Garage?
Photo related?
Office?
 

Jeffcs

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I think the object is a bit generic.
It looks like the plastic piece goes flush with something and you have to put your fingers in there to turn it.
As the threads stops before the end of the screw, I assume it's used as a stop of some kind.

Maybe from an office chair.

I think we need to know:
Garage?
Photo related?
Office?
It does turn and as most things that turn fingers are needed
It’s not a “stop”
It is not related to; garage,office or photo.
 

Jeffcs

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If I'm correct the bigger object this one is to be used on is of Ohio origin.
I think the object is a bit generic.
It looks like the plastic piece goes flush with something and you have to put your fingers in there to turn it.
As the threads stops before the end of the screw, I assume it's used as a stop of some kind.

Maybe from an office chair.

I think we need to know:
Garage?
Photo related?
Office?
to add to your note
The object is shown complete
It has only one purpose
 

Jeffcs

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It’s automotive related
It is not tire related
The Motor vehicle is made in USA
It comes in 2 door and in 4 door
It’s is also made with soft top and hard top as well as both
The said object is used inside of motor vehicle
There are 2 per vehicle
 

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