Holds 12 spark plugs each hole stamped with cylinder number also marked top and bottom so each plug can be identified easily, no mix-ups. Plugs can be serviced and returned back to where they were removed. a must for aircraft mechanics.
Made from 18 gauge steel.
Blue powder coat finish.
Dimensions: W4.0", L8.0", H2.6.
Its perfectly designed to do what it needs to do, and costs much less than the alternative competition. They do have a better sticker tho. People complained about the handle being sloppy. I used rubber grommets from a pack I had from Harbor Freight and used tie wraps instead of the cotter keys I removed to install them. I also used a black magic marker to fill in the stamped numbers and it worked perfectly without much drama. Your angst and wallet may differ.
Nice piece and fast shipping.
The telescopeing handle design is nice when putting plug tray away in a tool box. Quality effective design and a resonable price.
Succeeds at keeping plugs organized. Cylinder labels at each position are etched in, a bit hard to read. The handle is free to slide down toward the tray when not being lifted. This is a bit clumsy, but useful when the tray is being stored to reduce the overall height of the tray.
Reasonably priced, well constructed, highly functional for task at hand.
This is a great spark plug tray. The handle is a little flimsy, What ever you do dont put the spark plugs electrode down and try to move the tray the plugs will fall. The feet grommets are also flimsy, But as a spark plug holder its great we have 3 in our shop
Adequate but a little more flimsey than I expected. You get what you pay for.
Pic shows handle chrimped so handle stays up. Handle falls down. A pain Everytime you pick it up
this item is NOT RETURNABLE Picture shows tray with handle extended. Handle is only attached with cotter pins so it is floppy and unstable when carrying tray, then drops down to tray level when not being carried. The feet are gromets with a corner cut out therefore they dislodge easily. This is an inexpensive tray that will work, however I modified mine by taping the handle ends and securing it to the tray with fiber nuts.
Sadly - this is a very flimsy tool. It works and does the job but, required some modification to stiffen it up. Things like adding supports across the legs of the verticle sides. Threading the handle and adding nuts and washers so that it stays up instead of sliding down - personal preference. The material is thin and the unit was slightly deformed when I received it. I had to straighten it out but, easy to do with bare hands. This is one of those - You get what you pay for type items. Truthfully, when you consider how it is made, it is a lot of money for a mass produced product.