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strat

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I've looked thru A&S and Sierra and can't find this tool.

does anybody have a part number for this? R1100RT....Is it true one shouldn't just pull the wire off without this? It's starting to get warm ans I want to do my servicing soon.

 

Thanks

strat

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If you have the factory tool kit it should be in there. It is sort of clipped to the screwdriver in my kit. Looks like a "U" shape that wouldn't do anything but does attach nicely to the cap. I have pulled the wires out without it and its not too difficult or hard on wire as long as you grab the top and don't just yank on the wire.

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I had to special order it (no kit w/ the RTP!)

 

Look under the ToolKit section of the microfiche...it's there. About $15, IIRC.

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I carefully wrapped some 14ga wire around the head of the spark plug cap and gave it a tug. Pops it right out with no risk of damage.

 

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I use a length of drapery cord in the same fashion. The plastic tool doesn't work all that well anyway.

 

 

A Couple other options:

 

 

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A&S Puller $40

 

 

or

 

 

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Marc Paynes puller $25

 

 

 

I carefully wrapped some 14ga wire around the head of the spark plug cap and gave it a tug. Pops it right out with no risk of damage.
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I have the MP puller, and it works well on the Hexheads! I have no experience on the oilheads except the wire or stock puller methods.

 

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After you unscrew the plugs, use the plug cables push them on to the plug, then remove the plugs, no need for any special tools there.

 

Rgs

 

Reutens

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