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post #1 of 16 Old 10-18-2009, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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SNAP ON TURBO WRENCH

I've never seen this before, and not sure if ya'll have either. So I decided to post what I found. Anyone ever use it? I just bought it, a little pricey I think but hopefully well worth it. Hope this can be of some use to you guys. Let me know what you think! worth it?
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no link?????

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Snap-on Tools sorry it's been a long day!
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looks like a normal box end wrench to me?

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Ive taken my turbo off and I really dont see how that would work. I found an air ratchet to work best because it is too tight to get any movement out of a hand wrench. Try it thou maybe you'll be surprised.

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No reason to spend $26 on that tool, I just used a 6-point 10mm Craftsman. Definitely use a 6-point though whatever you do, a 12-point will round off the bolt heads. And penetrating oil the day before...

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No reason to spend $26 on that tool, I just used a 6-point 10mm Craftsman. Definitely use a 6-point though whatever you do, a 12-point will round off the bolt heads. And penetrating oil the day before...
Glad the 10 mm 6-point worked for you. I had no luck with that. after all day saturday night, all day sunday, that rear bolt is still stuck on mine
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On this one there is no angle to the wrench and no end. If you have extra 10mm just bend it flat and chop off the end.
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Glad the 10 mm 6-point worked for you. I had no luck with that. after all day saturday night, all day sunday, that rear bolt is still stuck on mine
Mine wouldn't budge until I sprayed them with really good penetrating oil and let it sit over night. Before I though I was going to round off the heads even with a 6-point, after soaking all night they popped loose easy.

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