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Re: Toybrota's 22R build
« Reply #270 on: Jan 02, 2019, 10:48:41 AM »
Got a FANTASTIC deal on this Snap-on core plug installation set. Retails for $298, but I got it for $60.
I know, weird odd-ball tool I'll need only once.
Today I'm gonna install the freeze plug properly using this tool. It comes with a 40MM attachment, which is what the Toyota plugs are.
I think my main issue before was I installed the freeze-plug without a proper tool, the plug didn't start going in straight with a socket, so I could never get it fully flush. I may actually drill a hole in the fender so I can hit the plug properly....

Trying to figure out another use for this tool when I'm done. I would've rented one, but I couldn't find a single place in the whole Salt Lake valley that rented it.

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