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PRECISE-GAP SPARKPLUG GAPPING TOOL

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Part# 12-11600

Overview

A simple tool to gap 2-,3-or 4 electrode 18mm spark-plugs. Only 2" overall, comfortably handheld. Precision made of stainless steel. 'T' handle adjusters move the ground electrodes closer to the center electrode until wire feeler identifies proper gap. Adjusters have fine thread with ball tips for precise movement.
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Reviews

works easily and as intended.

Dave
September 14, 2020

Extremely easy to close the gaps. I actually went to far on my first plug, just because I am used to my old gapping tool. The old one is that one with the small turning ears, that makes your hand sore after only a few spark plugs.

98x L
August 22, 2019

Works good! Would recommend

Sherman C
December 15, 2018

This is my second Precise-Gap gapping tool. A friend, that I work with sometimes, was so impressed with my first one so I gave it to him and ordered me a new one. So much easier and faster than the old red, mounted, gapping too. I love it.

John P
September 3, 2018

I like it, very precise and easy to use. A good value! FYI, you should also buy the tool for increasing the gap since this gap tool only closes the gap

Lisa M
July 31, 2017

Absolutely hands down, the best plug gap tool available. All stainless steel with precision, ball-tip machined T-handle adjuster screws. Stainless ball-tip adjusters coupled with the T-handle provide precise electrode movement. Similar looking tools use a thumb type five cent screw that is pinched off on the end that contacts the electrode when setting your gap. The thumb screw usually has to be aided by a pair of vise grips to achieve movement and the pinched off square end that contacts the electrode yields unpredictable movement of the electrode.

Steve
November 4, 2014

Watch out for price increase, was billed more than the current catalog had it in. Seems this isnt the first time, others said same thing. Since buying up other business pricing are going up, not happy.

Kim P
February 15, 2019

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