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Compression Tester Extension 14 Mm Thread Size

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Part# 05-04628
MFR Model# EXTENSION CT14

Overview

This tool makes compression testing easy. Wrench free way to test that allows for exhaust system and baffling clearance. Tester is manufactured with quality-welded construction and offers a spark plug thread with O-Ring seal. It has a standard air fitting.
   
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Features

  • Wrench-free compression test extender
  • Allows for exhaust system and baffling clearance
  • Quality welded construction, O-Ring seal
  • Makes compression testing easy
  • 14 mm thread size

Reviews

Works as advertised, easy to install in plug hole just be sure to order the correct size: 14mm auto plugs 16mm aviation plugs

James H Verified Purchase

EXTENSION CT14 COMP. TEST EXT

June 18, 2022

The product is exactly as described, and horribly over priced. It is basically an iron tube with an air fitting at one end and spark plug threads with O ring at the other, and one thin coat of spray paint, already chipped. No protection caps or case, just a thin plastic shipping sleeve. That said, this price is comparable to those found on other sources.

James M
June 1, 2019

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