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Anyone have a picture of the factory SC tool kit?

I'd like to see a picture of a complete factory tool kit for an SC. Not reallythe kit–but the tools.

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There are pics of the tools in this thread, but good luck in getting people to agree on what exactly should and shouldn't be in there.

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From the PET.

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Mine definitely didn't come with 12 or 12A. It looked exactly like group911@aol.co's toolkit in Brian's link.
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The one I posted is for 87-89. Go to the parts pdf for your year SC.

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My 80 has #12 in the tool kit.
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The one I posted is for 87-89. Go to the parts pdf for your year SC.

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Thanks Ian! I didn't even know that that site existed.
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Pretty sure this kit had never been opened before I took this pic. None of the tools have ever been taken out or rearranged. Did they forget something? Maybe. .
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Anyone know what the hollow tube next to the allen wrenches is for?
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Goes through the spark plug wrench to operate it.
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Goes through the spark plug wrench to operate it.
Not quite sure what you mean by "goes through it to operate"
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Goes through the end and acts like a t-bar
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Goes through the end and acts like a t-bar
Looking at your toolkit, the only sparkplug wrench there is the Klein tool with the spring and knurled knob. There is no sparkplug wrench with a hole in it (unless yours is different from mine.) I know the kind you mean, but was there one included with the toolkit?
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Ok, here's my question -- what is the 2nd "lug wrench" for?

And what size is it?
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Ok, here's my question -- what is the 2nd "lug wrench" for?

And what size is it?
Generator nut
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Oops. You are right. The allen wrench is for that. I'll have to look at one to figure it out.
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You hold the generator (alternator) still w/ the special wrench (11 in the diagram) and use the generator lug wrench to loosen the nut.
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THx - they used to have a nice box end wrench for that

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