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Re: broken spark plug removal HELP!
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Posted by Paul on February 13, 2001 at 07:50:58 from (22.214.171.124):
In Reply to: broken spark plug removal HELP! posted by ange on February 11, 2001 at 16:28:12:
I broke a pipe fitting off in my log splitter cylinder. My shade tree mechanic buddy suggested picking an allen wrench that was larger than the pipe inside diameter, and driving it into the broken fitting. I tried it and it worked great! It didn't expand the fitting like the easyout I had been using. I stuffed a rag in the opening first in hopes of catching any debris from the inside of the fitting, and then flushed it out with diesel fuel afterward. I hope I got all the little pieces of metal. . . I don't know if the steel in a sparkplug is similar to a pipe fitting and you might not have room to swing a hammer.
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