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Old 11-04-2012, 11:43 AM
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IPR socket tool

Does anyone have a picture of one you made, I have not been able to find a pic of the 200 buck Ford tool. I have been reading with the right set up one can access the mother with out tearing the top end apart. I have a weld/mach shop and think I could fab one if I knew what they looked like, Been looking under the turbo but so with much other stuff up there it is almost impossible to see. If I can make one I would be more than happy to send it on to the next person that may need it. This tool sounds like it can take 99% of the chore out of replacing the IPR, Don't know, but I just imagine Ford Mo Co garages don't spend too many hours changing these with the right tool
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Old 11-04-2012, 11:53 AM
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I had the turbo off when I took mine out, I don't even remember what size it was so I'm not much help there. But I will say this, my truck is an 03 so the icp Is down next to the ipr, I changed out the icp a couple years ago. It was WAY easier to get to from under the truck, it's prolly the same for the ipr.
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Old 11-04-2012, 12:14 PM
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The socket is not the same as the ICP.

The price of them have dropped to around $25 to $45.

http://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid...iw=974&bih=513

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Old 11-04-2012, 12:22 PM
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The lisle version is the cheapest. I have a lisle and a snap on, both work, one cost half as much as the other

Lisle 68210 is the number. I've seen them on ebay for $25
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Thanks for the Info. will order one Mon for that price I don't think I could go wrong
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I have the snap-on version but prefer to use a 1 3/8 wrench cut off to about 6 inches long. Much easier to use in my opinion.
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Yea I know it's not the same as the icp, I was just saying it would prolly be easier to get to under the truck.
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10-4; sorry for misunderstanding your post!
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Just picked up a Lisle on Amazon for $18.31

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Old 11-04-2012, 04:47 PM
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Good, I hope OTC and snap-on both realize they'll never sell another socket. $40-50 is ridiculous. I could make a socket for that price
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