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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-09-2009, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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I'm wondering if anyone could tell me the Spark Plug Socket Size,
Need to Grab on my way home from work,
Does it need to be thin walled?
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18mm deep socket

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Thank You kontiki
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The Sears/Craftsman/K-Mart deep well "big print" socket is thin wall enough to work very well.

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18mm deep socket
True, but you need a thin wall 18mm, Sears has one as well as others...

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Thanks Guys, on my way to Sear now, gonna get
a Craftsman 18mm deep well thin wall.
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