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Copper Crush Ring (INJECTORS) Quick please.

In the process of putting my heads back in and injectors in I have the ford o-ring kit part 3c3z-9229-aa and I have no idea how to get the old crush ring off?

Doing the job as we speak. The faster the better thanks.
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I use a knife or razorblade to get between the crush ring and the injector. They just slide off. Use a 9mm deep socket or something just slightly smaller than the crush ring to push them back down the nozzle.

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ty I found out how I just used a razor blade and they came right off. At first I thought that I had to take the injector apart to get them off. and yes, it is a 9 mm deep 12pt they recommend you to use.
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Razor blade worked for me. Thanks for the advice!
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