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i was able to solve my problem spark plug hole with one of these tools. mine is the longer one. you will need the length to reach down into the spark plug recess. i also raised the piston in the cylinder to keep the tool from dropping into the cylinder too far. just be very slow in the approach and make certain that you have engaged the tool into as many of the bottom threads as possible. i started with a loose fit and slowly expanded the tool to ensure positive thread engagement. just make certain that you are correctly engaged with the tool. if the engine is out this is not such a problem, but if the engine is in place it can be very tricky. i am not sure of the size plug but know someone will add to this that knows.
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