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post #1 of 14 Old 04-28-2013, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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7.3 Injector Cup removal/install tool

I am in need of a 7.3 injector cup removal tool/install kit where is the best place to buy them? Or does any one have one I could borrow? Just curious. Thanks in advance.
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Riffraff Diesel: Motorcraft 7.3L Injector Cup Kit
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Well the reason I ask is I am thinking about making them (I work in a machine shop), Do you guys think there is a market for them? I would only be getting it to pull dimensions from it. What do you guys believe (or at what price) would you buy one for as opposed to rent?

I have been machining for many years now and the removal/installer look simple. I could make some side cash and help out fellow PSD enthusiast.

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Looks like the going rate is established by the kit already being marketed and sold. If you wish to copy and sell your own then your price would have to be much lower to reflect the risk of a no-name company.

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Yes mine would be cheaper (while probably superior quality) as I have a full time job this would be to make some side money/help out fellow enthusiast.
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if you ever make those please let us know i know more than 30 mechanics that would love a cheaper higher quality boot kit in our boxes!
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I wish someone had one I could borrow and pull dimensions from. I will paypal someone money as a deposit to make sure you get it back.
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A few of the ones that advertise in the back of the diesel mags also sell them on Ebay.

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Did you ever get around to manufacturing your own cup removal/installation tool? I would be very interested in buying one of high quality as you described.
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