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Old 09-06-2009, 07:37 PM   #1
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i figured i would help everyone and let you all know that the tool to remove the plugs when they break is the LISLE broken spark plug removal tool for the triton 3 valve part number 65600. i just went to yahoo and typed in LISLE 65600 and found a whole bunch of different prices. so far the loewst price is $64.99 from etooldirect. hope this helps
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Try ebay. and I thought the part number was 65800? Thats what mine says right on the case
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Try ebay. and I thought the part number was 65800? Thats what mine says right on the case
the 65800 part # came up as a LISLE door alignment tool.. i dunno
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bumpity bump bump
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I've heard a 3" level is bad for the front axles?!
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