Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
. Injector cup extraction and installation tools are a little beyond what I can make at home, and a crude tool is not a good choice for that job![/QUOTE]
Agreed, some tools take too much time to fab up, better off buying one or renting. Wouldn't want to scratch up a new cup beating it in with a home made tool. If your in a pinch though, Canadian Tire rents every tool they supply for free. Don't think they'd have a cup tool though. I'd gladly lend anyone mine if you near me. Riffraff gave me one for free cause I spent a small fortune there doing my build. Free to all, gimme a PM if you need it.
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