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Old 07-11-2019, 05:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Injection pump tools

Been looking at tools designed for IP timing/replacement for the 6.5. The J-41089 IP wrench and the J-41711 IP timing wrench and the J-29872 IP adjusting/turning tool. The first 2 are on ebay for decent price, the turning tool is available for a hefty price elsewhere. I know some will say to make your own by heating/bending etc....So if you were buying IP tools would these 3 be the ones to get? Already have scantech/laptop/cable ordered. Thanks.

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Yes they will help .... the turning tool could be made easy enough at home...

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I have the snap-on tool for rotating the pump and I have to say it’s pretty handy to have in your toolbox.Its the only safe way to rotate those pumps.
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I have the snap-on tool for rotating the pump and I have to say its pretty handy to have in your toolbox.Its the only safe way to rotate those pumps.
Yeah, dont want to damage anything for sure. Thanks. Do u have or use the other tools I listed...the J-41089 or J-41711? They look similar.
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Yeah, dont want to damage anything for sure. Thanks. Do u have or use the other tools I listed...the J-41089 or J-41711? They look similar.
Those must be Kent Moore tools are they?I’ll have a look at those part numbers shortly.Thanks for sharingI used to have a injection pump static timing tool for 5.7 diesels but sold it years ago.You’d apply 50ft/lbs to the hex built into the tool and whack the spring loaded chisel and it would scribe a new mark on the pump adapter.Nice tool.Very hard to find nowadays though.
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1993 Chevy K1500 Z71...with 97' 6.5 TD 506 block,82' 6.2 rocker arms,stanadyne 37818 injectors,stanadyne blue tag 4911,DSG girdle,reman 700R4,Banks boost/pyrometer gauges,acdelco TP1069/TP943 fuel filter system,4 diamond eye exhaust/2 piece crossover

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This is the snap-on tool I use for rotating the 6.2/6.5 pumps.The part number is on the handle but I’ll post it tomorrow when I go back to the garage.I checked out those part numbers you posted LinePilot and those wrenches look good but I just use a ratchet wrench and flip them over,etc.But Having The right tool is always better and easier indeed.
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1993 Chevy K1500 Z71...with 97' 6.5 TD 506 block,82' 6.2 rocker arms,stanadyne 37818 injectors,stanadyne blue tag 4911,DSG girdle,reman 700R4,Banks boost/pyrometer gauges,acdelco TP1069/TP943 fuel filter system,4 diamond eye exhaust/2 piece crossover

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Those must be Kent Moore tools are they?Ill have a look at those part numbers shortly.Thanks for sharingI used to have a injection pump static timing tool for 5.7 diesels but sold it years ago.Youd apply 50ft/lbs to the hex built into the tool and whack the spring loaded chisel and it would scribe a new mark on the pump adapter.Nice tool.Very hard to find nowadays though.
Yes sir, they are Kent-Moore tools. Went ahead and ordered the J-41089 and J-41711 used on ebay. Still looking for the IP turning tool. I know you can make your own tools but figured I would go ahead and buy the right ones. You can never have enough tools! Lol Could you get a part number for that Snap-On turning tool you have also? Thanks.
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This is the snap-on tool I use for rotating the 6.2/6.5 pumps.The part number is on the handle but Ill post it tomorrow when I go back to the garage.I checked out those part numbers you posted LinePilot and those wrenches look good but I just use a ratchet wrench and flip them over,etc.But Having The right tool is always better and easier indeed.
That Snap-On tool you have has a longer handle than the KM tool. Looks better. Just found that OTC makes a wrench set that has both the J-41089 and J-41711 under part #OTC6087. Probably should have bought that instead.
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It’s S6133 for the snap-on tool.Just had a glance at Mine.
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Its S6133 for the snap-on tool.Just had a glance at Mine.
Appreciate the part number...will check it out

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