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post #1 of 8 Old 07-16-2010, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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919 Spark plug tool

I've done a search, BELIEVE me I have, but I'm not finding what I need. Does anyone happen to have a pic of the infamous 919 spark plug tool? I have the tool kit with my bike, but I honestly don't know if I have this exact tool and I'm wanting to change my plugs this weekend.

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If I remember, I'll take a picture of it when I get home.

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you want a 10" or 12" wobble socket extension for your ratchet. i reach all plugs with mine and no funny business, though i like taking the front coil out which is only a minute more. and ratcheting is much faster in and out than playing with the lame factory tool.

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If I remember, I'll take a picture of it when I get home.
dont do it! the tool is a mythical creature and will vanish if its picture is taken

check this thread... tool on the far right of the pic further down is one of the variants of the spark plug tool

https://wristtwisters.com/want-buy/21...-tool-kit.html

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dont do it! the tool is a mythical creature and will vanish if its picture is taken

check this thread... tool on the far right of the pic further down is one of the variants of the spark plug tool

https://wristtwisters.com/want-buy/21...-tool-kit.html
I take it you mean tool #9, correct? The long 1/2 spark plug wrench 1/2 screwdriver looking thing?

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#9 is it. It has a 10 MM (i think) hex shaft that swivels a little where it connects to the plug wrench end.

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you want a 10" or 12" wobble socket extension for your ratchet. i reach all plugs with mine and no funny business, though i like taking the front coil out which is only a minute more. and ratcheting is much faster in and out than playing with the lame factory tool.
+100 This works well...it only takes about ten minutes to change out all four and put everything back together using a wobbly extension.

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post #8 of 8 Old 07-16-2010, 03:05 PM
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and if that's not quick enough for you, chuck the extension into your cordless drill. i LOVE those drill-to-1/4" or 3/8" drive adapters !
an 18v can remove a properly tightened spark plug no problem. technically, you could start them by hand and speed them in with the drill too.

but i'm never in THAT much of a hurry.

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