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Old 05-04-2015, 03:10 PM
Master Crafter Master Crafter is offline
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Coupling nut removal tool for sale

I made this tool to hold the coupler when the coupling nut is removed or torqued. It fits a 2003 197 (1 1/8" shaft) and many others but I don't know specifics. I made a few extra so I am selling the extra ones, a limited number is available.
Specs: Fits 1/2" drive socket wrench. Mounting holes are 2.25" apart (linear) and sized for 3/8 inch bolts (fits bolt circle which is approx. 3.25" diameter to center of holes with 4 bolts). 3/16 thick. Socket wrenches are not included.

I'll send it to anywhere in the continental US for $15 shipped.
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Old 05-17-2015, 09:34 PM
abburns abburns is offline
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I bought one of these from Master Crafter. It arrived without issues. Looks to be well made.

Thank you....
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Old 06-01-2015, 03:17 PM
Master Crafter Master Crafter is offline
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I have had a few people ask me if this would work on any other hole patterns. Yes, I think that it will work fine, you would just attach on 1 bolt and not 2. To loosen or tighten you would then turn the part 180 degrees so that the portion with unused hole will rest on the coupler while pulling on the wrench handle. When using only one bolt I would suggest snugging the bolt up so everything stays in alignment.
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