Hazet tool # 2593-22
frank j. bauer
frankbauer at thevine.net
Mon Mar 24 21:54:38 PDT 2008
the tool has nothing to do with the camber plate...
Bernie Benz wrote:
> Try 2B, they made that sh*t.
> Regards, Bernie
> On Mar 24, 2008, at 4:36 PM, Adam Gratz wrote:
>> Now Bernie....you and I both know that Bentley expressly states "Do
>> no use an impact wrench".....In other words, I already tried that.
>> I've the 2Bennet coil overs with camber plates. The bearing design
>> is different. In short, it spins to easily. I've done the rag and
>> vice grip trick on the strut shaft to get old ones out, but I'm not
>> to excited at the prospect of scratching the shaft in the new ones.
>> They also have a 9mm 9 point bolt rather than the Allen nut on top
>> with an external adjustment valve, making it hard to even hold the
>> Know of a good online auto tool distributer? Preferably west coast?
>> On 3/24/08, Bernie Benz <b.benz at charter.net> wrote:
>> The tool isn't necessary if you have an impact wrench, no need to
>> hold the strut shaft.
>> On Mar 24, 2008, at 4:15 PM, Adam Gratz wrote:
>>> Aloha from the Jungle-
>>> The Jungle Racer is getting a front suspension rebuild!
>>> Source for the special tool to tighten the front strut top bolt
>>> holding the allen screw strut shaft? (*Hazet tool # 2593-22* )
>>> Looks like a deep (22mm) socket with a window cut in the side. No
>>> tool shops
>>> on my Island except a Sears (2 hour drive) and they had less than
>>> a clue.
>>> Perhaps one of my fraternal 3B brothers would be willing to loan
>>> one to a
>>> distant Island dwelling cousin?
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