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Re: Installing TO-20 Head...

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Tony in Mass.

10-28-2013 06:07:29

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Let me guess.... $35??

Might be money well spent compare to multiple tries at welding old wrenches together. I have a friend who 'was' a Mac dealer.. quit a steady job to buy into the business.... it ruined his life! So I'll see if another company sells something like that.

Your engine is looking great!

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Tom Bowman

10-28-2013 13:59:47

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 Re: Installing TO-20 Head... in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-28-2013 06:07:29  
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Tony, do a Google search for a "Stanley Proto J5122". A place called "Zoro Tools" has it for $15.82. (I'm sure the YT site wouldn't let me post a link here.)

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Tom Bowman

10-28-2013 06:27:50

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Thanks! (It's a shame to put all that nasty oil and gas and coolant and fluid back in and get it all dirty and greasy again! :) )

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Tom Bowman

10-28-2013 06:17:33

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 Re: Installing TO-20 Head... in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-28-2013 06:07:29  
It was about half that, or just a little over, Tony.

I found a picture of one on the Snap-On website, and that's what I showed to my mechanic. My local Mom and Pop auto parts store couldn't find one, and O'Reilly's just shook their head when I showed them the picture. ("Have you got a part number?")
I know there's also a thread on the board describing how to make a torque adapter/extension with a stubby double box-end wrench and a short piece of hex bar stock, but that would have been tough for me to find, also. (I don't have a welder, so I couldn't make my own out of a socket and an old wrench.)

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