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    Fellow Frogger! Tom_95's Avatar
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    Default WANTED: 504 Sump Plug Tool (XN Motor)

    Hi all

    Title says it all really...

    The lack of required tool caught me unawares this morning when I had the car up on the hoist for it's service. Ingenuity kicked in, and after (Successfully) grinding square a bolt to use as a makeshift plug tool , I'm after something a little more permanent...

    If you are able to help me out with what I'm looking for please send me a PM

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    Thomas

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    sorry all i can offer you is the same type of bolt, works a treat, to make it permanent you could weld a handle on to the bolt?

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    I believe french connection have them for sale.


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    Pug Sump Plup Tool

    Cut off a section of key way steel to a suitable length (8mm from memory) from any machine shop. A length of 10mm as well for G/ box as well while you're there. (or the other way round?)
    Also the square rod in an old house door handle latch will get you out of trouble

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    or you can buy square plug multi-size tools from that cheap red car shop - come in pairs to do both imperial & metric


    Quote Originally Posted by Alain View Post
    Pug Sump Plup Tool

    Cut off a section of key way steel to a suitable length (8mm from memory) from any machine shop. A length of 10mm as well for G/ box as well while you're there. (or the other way round?)
    Also the square rod in an old house door handle latch will get you out of trouble

    Alain

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    I tried Repco, Supercheap, and two dedicated tool shops before I found a 8mm square drive socket at Snap-on tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FedGrapes View Post
    I tried Repco, Supercheap, and two dedicated tool shops before I found a 8mm square drive socket at Snap-on tools.
    I was talking about an engineering machine shop not a tool shop !

    Alain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alain View Post
    I was talking about an engineering machine shop not a tool shop !

    Alain
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