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Old 09-06-2011, 08:43 PM
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WTH Alvin?????
WHS!

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LOL

It's a pilot bearing puller for 429/460 and FE/FT engines.
Slide the nut in the hole side ways then screw the bolt into it.

Everybody...
Post the tools you've made, take pictures or use a scanner

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I'll buy that seeing as Ive never had to work on a 460 and the one FE motor I had blew sky high one night, LMAO!!!
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Old 09-06-2011, 08:51 PM
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WHS!

WHS???.............Wilmer High School???...........Walters Home Security???


Defination of WTH= wut the heck
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Old 09-06-2011, 09:16 PM
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WHS???.............Wilmer High School???...........Walters Home Security???


Defination of WTH= wut the heck

What he said = WHS
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Old 09-06-2011, 09:20 PM
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Oh boy here we go...

I'll wait this one out before i start posting up dream tools...
haha
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Air Bag Release Tool Kit OTC Tools 5945

$35.99

I'll release your airbag fer $34.99
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Old 09-08-2011, 12:27 PM
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...Ive never had to work on a 460 and the one FE motor I had
blew sky high one night, LMAO!!!
Ok. :)

Don't need that tool, what about a harmonic balancer holding tool? :)

It was kinda tricky to make it fit the '75 FE but it also fits my '91 351w
with room to spare...

I made it out of a normalized file I'd bend sideways but a guy could
just grind into a straight edged piece of steel between the holes for
a '75 FE but no need for that on a '91 351w.

I've also got left over from my VW-dune-buggy-engine-building-days
a flywheel holding tool that also works on my '75 FE...
http://www.jbugs.com/product/5003.html
...to hold the crank from the other end.

$6 :)

My old one is Parkerized black and I use a 7/16" bolt instead of the
10mm bolt that came with it.

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Saw one of these LED work lights at the auto paint store. It was so bright it just about blind you for a second.I might get one.
It's about $55.00
http://atdtools.com/80303
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Just ordered a DeWalt DCT418 scanner.....could be a very cool tool.

http://professional-power-tool-guide...radar-scanner/
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Chances are there's no picture of it but anyone on here ever make a tool?

If so, tell us about it! :)

Tell us or show us one that's more useless and more of a waste of time as
filing out an old 11/16" shorty boxed-end to 18mm? xD



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