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Lisle 63000 Fuel Tank Lock Ring Tool

by Lisle
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  • A stout tool to remove and install plastic fuel tank lock rings from 4 inches to 7-1/4 inches without damage
  • Works on the new smaller GM serrated rings and traditional rings
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Technical Details
BrandLisle
Model63000
Item Weight1.4 pounds
Product Dimensions7 x 10.5 x 1.2 inches
Item model number63000
Manufacturer Part Number63000
  
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ASINB0079GPYA4
Best Sellers Rank #10,691 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 30, 2011
  
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Product Description

A stout tool to remove and install plastic fuel tank lock rings from 4 inches to 7-1/4 inches without damage. Channel design on body allows the legs to adjust to fit a wide range of applications and keeps the drive centered. Works on the new smaller GM serrated rings and traditional rings. The design is compact so the tool is not left hanging over the work area with the potential for hitting other components.

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Tool is well constructed and works as advertised.
James M Whitehead
Do Not take this procedure lightly, it is probably one of the most potentially dangerous maintenance functions you'll ever perform.
Big-D
Made the job of removing the locking ring much easier than usual when I use large pliers or hammer and chisel.
Timothy Wayne Beseau

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James M Whitehead on January 6, 2014
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Tool is well constructed and works as advertised. I used an adjustable wrench to take the lock rings off a 2000 Volvo S80 T6 fuel pump and sender for a fuel pump changeout- top of pump had cracked and was leaking fuel. Rings would have been a chore to remove without this tool. Rings were not damaged and could have been re-used but I had already purchased new ones so I did change the rings out. I also replaced the lock ring O rings which needed replacement.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stephan S. on October 9, 2013
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This was very helpful in replacing the fuel pump in my 2005 Volvo XC90. There are Volvo specific tools on the market but they were more expensive than this one. With that in mind, this tool made the job easier but the price still seems a bit steep. It's nothing more than some steel, carriage bolts and wing nuts. But the alternative was a large screwdriver and rubber mallet. In that case I'd still be trying to finish the job. So while expensive, ultimately worth it to get the job done.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Richard Harvey on February 8, 2013
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Slid & well constructed for the price. Being adjustable makes it suitable for most makes of vehicles. What is annoying is having to write more than you wanted to do just for the sake of getting a submit button.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Big-D VINE VOICE on September 20, 2012
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I do 99% of my own work on all of my vehicles, including replacing a fuel pump when necessary. This wrench is a must-have to work on fuel pump replacement and it will fit on many different type of cars where the fuel pump is located inside the fuel tank. That pump is mounted inside the tank and is covered with a access lid that requires this special tool to get the lid off. Any time you work with a fuel tank, empty of not, extreme care must be taken to avoid a very serious mistake, fire or explosion. Getting the protective lid off is tough and without this special tool, can be very dangerous. I like this tool because its adjustable to fit any make or model so you are not buying some very expensive tools that you may only use once in your life. This wrench adapts to any brand or style of fuel pump lid, making removing it a pretty simple process. Well worth the money I paid, although it was not very much considering how much dealerships charge for a model specific wrench. This wrench works great.
Caution: Usually the fuel tank around the location of the fuel pump will have a rubber like coating on it to prevent anything causing a spark. I would suggest not wearing any nylon clothing or shoes that could create a static spark situation. Usually when removing the fuel tank lid, you have removed the rear seat and are in the car directly over the tank. Disconnect the battery also. Once the lid is off, fumes and raw gas are exposed. A simple spark could prove to be catastrophic. Also, it is highly suggested you NOT perform this procedure within your garage. Do so with all doors open and in the open air, this to allow clean air flow and circulation to allow gas fumes to exit the vehicle. And have a Fire Extinguisher close by, or better yet, have someone standing near by with a extinguisher at the ready just in case. Do Not take this procedure lightly, it is probably one of the most potentially dangerous maintenance functions you'll ever perform.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jason Lanza on November 13, 2012
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Bought this tool for my shop for tanks with the plastic locking ring. So far it has worked on 1999 Ford Ranger, 2000 Chrysler Voyager. It beats the chain wrench! No slipping or damages to the plastic lock!
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It did what it was supposed to do. Period.

Its well made from heavy gauge steel. If you are able to break this, Charles Atlas needs to step down!

I used this with a 3/8" ratchet, a 9/16 deep socket and 18" extension. Breaking the ring loose wasnt too bad. i was working on a '01 ford escape with the access under the driver side passenger seat. The panel was flopping about.

The hard part was GETTING THE RING BACK ON! You must have the ring exactly flat on the threads for it too start (sounds easy). This ,all the while, holding down the pump and keeping the gasket in place. I made it happen but it wasnt fun.

I suggest you check your new pump for the fuel line clips. My pump didnt have them.

If it werent for this wonderful tool, i dont know what i would have done. Excellent work Lisle!

FRIENDS, DONT LET FRIENDS US A SCREWDRIVER AND HAMMER LOL!
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Purchased this to save some time looking for the Honda Special tool in my shop. Does the job, does it well. Only used this on 3rd generation Honda Odysseys, but should work on most Hondas.
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I used this tool to remove the gas tank flange from my Harley. It worked great! It is a very sturdy tool and can be used for many more applications than motorcycles. I would recommend this tool to anyone planning to do work on their vehicle gas tank.
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