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Old 07-23-2005, 10:10 AM
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Hazet 2771 wrench..spark plug removal

Any suggestions on where to find one of these? Other than the dealer? Google search didn't offer much.
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Old 07-23-2005, 10:38 AM
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Any suggestions on where to find one of these? Other than the dealer? Google search didn't offer much.
The best source - selection, service and price wise - for Hazet tools that I've found is Zelenda:

http://www.zelenda.com/Hazet/hazet.html

Their website is not the best, but an email has always gotten me a prompt response.
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Old 07-23-2005, 10:05 PM
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I got my Hazet 2771 from either Baum Tools or Samstag Sales, don't remember which one. Assenmachner also sells this item. Each of these companies sell very high quality tools.
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Old 07-24-2005, 06:23 AM
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I got my Hazet 2771 from either Baum Tools or Samstag Sales, don't remember which one. Assenmachner also sells this item. Each of these companies sell very high quality tools.
I think you'll find that Zelenda has much better pricing and also lacks the "attitude" of that one in Tennessee.
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Zelenda has much better pricing and also lacks the "attitude"
Thanks, I'll definately give them a call next time I need something.
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Thanks for your input. I'll check them out.........
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My suggestion

I used a pair of spark plug wire pulling pliers - K-D Tool # 135 that I found at O'Reilly's. I found it much easier to remove the wires because you could easily impart a twisting motion to unseat the wire from the plug. It is angled enough to get to any of the plug wires and still have enough room to work.
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