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Old 06-11-2011, 09:23 PM   #1
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Any one have an ez way to get a smaller socket from between the headers and block
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Magnet?
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It keeps sticking to other things and engine isn't working right cause it thinks it's knocking
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It is called a third hand looks like a claw and can grab things..... My guess...
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I can't see it tho but can hear it when it's running
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Well I found that socket and another and some nuts and bolts when I pulled the intake off to start rebuilding the top end on my 2000
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That's funny....I found a socket (not mine) when I pulled the top of mine too!
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I found a spark plug down there in mine too
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