|Item Weight||5.45 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.25 x 5.75 x 16 inches|
|Item model number||647089|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Strut Coil Spring Compressor|
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Alltrade 647089 Strut Coil Spring Compressor
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- Powerbuilt strut coil spring compressor
- 2Pc-double hook, S45C, HRC 38-45
- 2Pc-center bolt, low carbon steel
- Made from quality materials
- Durable and long lasting
- For safe and easy removal and installation of coil springs from McPherson struts
- Compressor design includes U hooks that lock around the coils and prevent the tool from coming off of the spring coil
- Lifetime Warranty
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This automotive specialty tool from Powerbuilt will help make the job at hand easier and quicker whether you are a seasoned professional or a casual weekend mechanic. This unique tool will help you get the job done right the first time, saving you time, money, and frustration in the process!
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I found that oiling up the threaded rod makes the sliders less likely to bind, as indicated in the instructions. Also, as detailed in the instructions, light tapping with a hammer will allow the sliders to decompress without binding.
The nut and rod head are nowhere near 1". I found the nut fit a 26mm and the rod head fit 1 1/16". So stupid and I had to go out and buy these odd sized wrenches and sockets which are not cheap.
Kinda quirky, but I guess it works for my application, and is still better than taking it to a local shop, who in my area, are mostly incompetent.