Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Well, now I've seen one. Lol. Wonder if any dummy actually bought that. Scroll down a bit and get a look at the fuel line disconnect tool they sell for 53 bucks as well. Bahahaha, who could be so silly as to buy one of those. People gotta get more creative. I cant believe they make either of those tools. Injectors push in with one finger. No tool needed there. And if anyone else besides me ever noticed, every router and hand grinder set, or Dremel type tool, comes with a tool that you use to hold the collar when tightening in a new bit. That tool is an exact fit to the disconnects, and works better than a flimsy 53 dollar specialty tool. I got about 10 of those kicking around, and the sellers of those tools will give you one for free if you email them. Save yourself some money and get creative. And eat your Wheaties so you don't need a tool to put an injector in a hole. Hahahahaha!
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