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The Replacement for the Cobra. V: “Greasy’s Fuck Your Blower-Coyote, Super-Secret Stick-Shift Hellcat Build”


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Also I am not sure how I never seen this until the other day, but everyone needs to own these. I have been using the shitty Craftsman spark plug socket with the rubber insert along with a swivel. I picked this guy up, welcome to modern day tools Jim :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:, it rocks! 360 ball socket design with magnetic holder for plugs. Sooooooooooo much easier.

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Also this for gapping plugs! I forgot who mentioned on here, but this is awesome too!

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Curious as to how that gapping tool opens up the gap?
 
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Curious as to how that gapping tool opens up the gap?
It closes the gap. I've never had to open up the gap on plugs unless I went too far on closing the gap. If I need to open the plug up I use the special hook tool on the grounding strap from my feeler gauges.
 

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Also I am not sure how I never seen this until the other day, but everyone needs to own these. I have been using the shitty Craftsman spark plug socket with the rubber insert along with a swivel. I picked this guy up, welcome to modern day tools Jim :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:, it rocks! 360 ball socket design with magnetic holder for plugs. Sooooooooooo much easier.

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Also this for gapping plugs! I forgot who mentioned on here, but this is awesome too!

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Ecoboost guys recommend both of those as well. Where did you get them and what's the part number? Thanks!
 

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Well well we'll.... Looks like someone needs to come by. Do you have an Eta?
 

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Also I am not sure how I never seen this until the other day, but everyone needs to own these. I have been using the shitty Craftsman spark plug socket with the rubber insert along with a swivel. I picked this guy up, welcome to modern day tools Jim :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:, it rocks! 360 ball socket design with magnetic holder for plugs. Sooooooooooo much easier.

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Also this for gapping plugs! I forgot who mentioned on here, but this is awesome too!

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I should have bought one of those plug gaping tools years ago,
Want both
 

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Dat average speed doe....I average around 10mph. Though I do take random stops to swap eggs in Pokemon Go.

Ha, my highest speed is roughly your average speed.
 
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I monitor via my FitBit and it died on my ride, your pace is awesome! I am usually around 14mph. I peddle hard, but can't seem to get above 22mph. I think my bike is limiting me - mountain bike with 18 speeds. I do it for the exercise, not going to start riding in full spandex and get a road bike :LOL:
 
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Ecoboost guys recommend both of those as well. Where did you get them and what's the part number? Thanks!
GEARWRENCH 3/8" Drive 6 Point 5/8" Magnetic Swivel Spark Plug Socket 6" - 80546 Amazon product
Boost Monkey Spark Plug Gap Tool for 12mm & 14mm Threaded Spark Plugs (14mm) Amazon product
 

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We're going live!

 

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Short lived. Heard some noise and killed the feed. But we might be OK.
 

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