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Sparkplug Socket Set ( £2.00 inc Delivery ) @ Amazon

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
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2 pce set of deep square drive spark plug sockets manufactured from chrome vanadium steel hardened tempered and chrome plated for corrosion protection. Chamfered end for positive nut location and fitted with rubber inserts for plug retention and protection. 1/2" drive set contents: 16&21mm spark plug sockets 3/8" drive set contents: 16&21mm spark plug sockets

The 16mm is the one you need to remove the long stud nut on some Ford car battery retainers.
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Ordered.
#2
sounds good vcan anybody explain what it fits on to, to actual hold it? i have one of those detachable screwdriver head things?
#3
They are 1/2" drive fitting.
Sockets sets start 1/4, 5/16 and then 1/2" drive size.
The screwdriver ones are usually 1/4".
#4
tantheman9
sounds good vcan anybody explain what it fits on to, to actual hold it? i have one of those detachable screwdriver head things?


These spark plug sockets would be to complement a 1/2" drive socket set, assuming the set doesn't have these sockets.
You need a sliding or fixed T Bar and possibly an extension bar to use these sockets. Do not use a ratchet to first undo or tighten up or you will maybe break the ratchet mechanism.
#5
Biker Jeff
These spark plug sockets would be to complement a 1/2" drive socket set, assuming the set doesn't have these sockets.
You need a sliding or fixed T Bar and possibly an extension bar to use these sockets. Do not use a ratchet to first undo or tighten up or you will maybe break the ratchet mechanism.


As Jeff said, be careful if using a ratchet and extention bar as you can easily also cross-thread the plug or (worse) the cylinder block, which isn't exactly fun :thinking:
#6
Coming up as 3.32 + "2.90 postage for me.

How did you get £2?
#7
The robbing ba*****s have upped the price from the £2 including supasaver delivery to £3.32 + £2.90 shipping.
When I ordered mine earlier there was no mention of Dispatched from and sold by BearingBoys!!!
#8
Not too good a deal :/ never go cheap on sockets! you get what you pay for, and some unfortunatly end up being the wrong size!
#9
Robert_Mugabe
The robbing ba*****s have upped the price from the £2 including supasaver delivery to £3.32 + £2.90 shipping.
When I ordered mine earlier there was no mention of Dispatched from and sold by BearingBoys!!!


No its out of stock from Amazon, the deal your mentioning is different:

£3.32 + £2.90 shipping

In stock. Dispatched from and sold by[COLOR="Red"] BearingBoys[/COLOR] [i.e not Amazon]
#10
skarobsk
Not too good a deal :/ never go cheap on sockets! you get what you pay for, and some unfortunatly end up being the wrong size!


+1

I can't say I rate Silverline that highly.
#11
krisuk
+1

I can't say I rate Silverline that highly.


Silverline do make some good stuff, but thats like 0.5% of the range, the rest is a load of :whistling:

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