Diesel injector-seat cleaning kit

  • 13-May-2016 11:27 EDT
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A 17-piece kit from IPA Tools is designed to clean injector seats and bores on most light-, medium- and heavy-duty diesel engines. The kit is suited for removing carbon, rust and other debris from injector seats, bores, and cups. It includes helix brushes for deep seat cleaning, two-stage brushes for seat and inner seat hole cleaning and bore brushes for bore and tube-wall cleaning. The driver handle features a spring-loaded, quick-lock coupler that allows for quick interchange of brushes, drivers, extensions and the use of low-speed drills. Also included are 400 assorted low-lint, flexible, industrial-grade SWAB-EEZ ranging from 5 mm to 20 mm in diameter. For more information, visit www.ipatools.com.

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