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94-03 ipr removal

Here is an interesting tid bit for a cheap removal. Bought a duralast socket to remove the ipr and it would require modifying. So i got a master force one at menards on the cheap chinese toor lack for the same price and it is the perfect depth. 1 1/8 . Remove the spider and the best length i found is with a 3/8 to 1/2 adapter on a socket wrench. On a positive note me ipr % is up at idle from 8.1 to 12.3 lol. Yayyy.

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Is it the impact socket (black)? I've purchased a few from different places, and all are too short. So would like to confirm so I can order one from them. Nearest store is 50 miles.

Edit: Found two on their site.
Standard deep
http://www.menards.com/main/tools-ha...213-c-9159.htm
Impact
http://www.menards.com/main/tools-ha...396-c-9159.htm

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Its a chrome one by masterforce 12pt deep socket 237-0220.

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yup, my craftman 1-1/8 deeeeeppp socket, had room and room for the ratchet

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Replaced mine yesterday using a Craftsman socket, it literally took 15 minutes.
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Yea it is not hard at all. 7.3 is still the easiet of all diesels to work on. Once the intake system is removed and the pipes pulled it's all right there.

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ya i used a mac tools socket and snap on and hey both worked fine.

i was worried about removing it too, but took 5 minutes.


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Yea i saved money though lol

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