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Old 12-23-2009, 07:01 AM
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Need IPR Socket - HELP

I'm in Southern Maryland / Annapolis area - I need an IPR cut-out removal socket for 2 hours today - can anyone help?

I'm in a crunch and need my truck on the road. Please - if you have a IPR cutout socket (ford part 303-769) please consider helping me. Or if you know someone that does - please call them.
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Old 12-23-2009, 09:11 AM
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Do you have an AutoZone; Oreillys around amybe they have one in their loaner tools but our local here does not. You might try a 1 1/16 crows foot tubeing socket they sometimes work.
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Old 12-24-2009, 06:02 PM
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Problem fixed. I called our local Snap-on man in Huntingtown, MD - (through a friend thats a mechanic - he told me to call "his guy") and Rob told me "all the 6.0 guys" us the 1 3/8" Crow's Foot socket.

Bought that for $47 - took it to the mechanic doing the work - he cut off about 1/2" of one of the wings and presto! Worked like a Champ!!!

So - $47 verses the Rotunda $224 part and worked perfectly!. Thanks Snap-on and Thanks Forum!!!
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Do you have an AutoZone; Oreillys around amybe they have one in their loaner tools but our local here does not. You might try a 1 1/16 crows foot tubeing socket they sometimes work.
It's a 1 3/8" socket buddy, please check your info before you send this guy buying the wrong parts.
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Old 12-26-2009, 06:16 PM
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I don't use a crow's foot socket, I have the OTC IPR socket (same as the Rotunda one).

I do have a 12-pt crow's foot for the early build ICP sockets, but IPR's I use the other socket.
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