Posted by JDemaris on September 04, 2013 at 08:05:07 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: 2-53 DETROIT ?'S posted by TIMAR on September 03, 2013 at 16:56:56:
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The tool you need is easy to make. I still have a bunch around that used to cost $5 each. I'm sure a lot more now. You just need to know which inch-size tool you need. It usually goes by the injector/pump numbers on the engine. I don't recall off-hand which one the 2-53 uses in the Deere. It might be this one - and it has a 1.460" depth. That is why it's marked 1.460 on one side and the J-1853 part # on the other. I've got half a dozen in different depths. The bigger part of the two-step shank is approx. 1/8" diameter and the smaller part on the end around 1/16" OD.
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