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RAPCO VACUUM PUMP WRENCH

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Part# 10-13911
MFR Model# RA716

Overview

RAPCO has specially designed the RA716 dry air pump wrench to access the difficult to reach 7/16" mounting nuts. Proper tightening is important in helping to prevent oil from damaging the pump. This quality tool is made of heat treated carbon steel for strength, and nickel plated for corrosion resistance. The handle has a molded grip for comfort.

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Reviews

I spent 25 years maintaining light aircraft. While I did have to get adept at grappling with that bottom inboard mounting nut, only now that Im retired did I purchase this wrench - 25 years too late! It is a really helpful tool that should be in every tool cabinet.

D. S
June 24, 2020

works great and makes the job very simple

Glenn V
October 31, 2019

If you are changing a pump GET ONE OF THESE, MANDATORY!!! It is a PITA getting the lower left nut on by hand and nearly impossible to tighten it with out this wrench.....

Michael S
December 18, 2017

First time changing the vacuum pump and this wrench made it so much faster. Well worth it.

Michael
July 24, 2017

If you dont have one of these, you will spend hours and aggravation trying to change a vacuum pump. Perfect tool.

Jay R
May 14, 2017

Works great in tight areas.

Elias
May 4, 2020

Absolutely necessary tool. Worked great. Has a bit of flex to it so could be a problem if that problem but is stuck.

Wes
April 6, 2018

Needs to be made sturdier with les flex in the shaft.

Thomas W
February 12, 2018

Used once and wrench bent. Might be bad run of metal, but it was very weak. Aircraft spruce replaced no questions asked.

Wendell T
January 5, 2020

It make work on some planes, but not my B model Bonanza 35. It did fit the nut (7/16) but the Handle was too long, distance between opening for nut and first 90 bend was too great and sides of wrench too wide to turn the nut once you were on it. After hacksawing and grinding and using a crescent wrench to turn the wrench, I removed the stubborn top left nut. For me, waste of time and money.

George C
July 22, 2019

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