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Gary

04-12-2002 05:50:00




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I want to buy a spanner wrench to take apart the 3 pt lift hyd. cylinders on my AC D-17 but don't know where to get one. Can anyone help me out?

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Gary




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Tyler(WA)

04-12-2002 07:42:07




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 Re: Spanner Wrench in reply to Gary, 04-12-2002 05:50:00  
I got mine from my Industrial Hydraulic Supply store. There should be one in your Yellow Pages.

You sure can't get by without one if your cylinders call for it.



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Craig

04-12-2002 20:07:00




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 Re: Re: Spanner Wrench in reply to Tyler(WA), 04-12-2002 07:42:07  
I took a 1/2 inch piece of flat bar about 12 inches long and made mine. I cut out notch for the rod end and cut the other end down on both sides for a handle. Drilled 2 sets of holes just like the original AC tool and then drove in solid roll pins letting them stick through about 5/16 of an inch. One side does D-17 the other does 190 & 200's. Works great and its a lot cheaper than one off tool truck.

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Brian G. NY

04-13-2002 06:56:57




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 Re: Re: Re: Spanner Wrench in reply to Craig, 04-12-2002 20:07:00  
I've made a couple of spanner wrenches like you, Craig. I drilled and tapped holes and installed cut off Gr.8 bolts. Your way is quicker; if I do another, I'll use your method.



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