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Found 4 results

  1. FlashBuddy

    Gnarley C Clamp Recommendations

    Purchased a C Clamp from Harbor Freight for the express purpose of pressing out the passenger door hinge pin. Not too many turns of the screw later and the clamp split. Looking for a C Clamp recommendation that has a good price to strength ratio
  2. I was working on my boat trailer the other day and I needed some 3/4" wrenches. I was trying to get to various bolts in various positions and I didn't know exactly which would work best. I didn't want to crawl in and out from under the trailer 6 times so I thought I would just grab all the 3/4 wrenches. That turned out to be a bigger task than I had thought. I was interested to find that by the time I had picked out all my 3/4" wrenches, I had more available than any other size. I'm wondering if this is just an oddity of my tool collection, or if this is a statistical fact born out across the business. Is 3/4" really the most popular size? I own 15. (My next closest was 9/16", at 11 wrenches.) So for the sake of my quasi-scientific curiosity I'm asking you to look in your drawers and tell me what you find! No no, Plymouthy, the tool box drawers please.
  3. Kai-by-Vecona

    Valve Spring compression tool

    Hi Everybody, one of the valve springs of my 230 is broken so I have to install a new one. Now I tried to get a tool here in Germany to compress the valve spring to unistall the valves but I didn't get one that fits or works well. The engine and manifolds are still intsalled and I don't want to put them off. What kind of tool do you use and where did you get it from? Thanks in advance Kai
  4. From the album: my 218 to 230 build

    I made this 2 tools to remove stuck water jacket tube, it was stuck way in there as you can see its broken i made this tool out of 1/8" thick aluminum strap and i cut out a hook also sharpened the tip so it can slide in like a screw driver as i pulled it out it broke in half and half was stuck way in there but after a few mins i got it hooked and got the other half out.. This works great for rotted out tubes now block is off to machine shop for reboring and acid bath
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