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Started clean up in the camp ground yesterday. Rv's can park there or around the shop.
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Just received confirmation, our local Snapon rep will be there again this year. If you want specialty tools give me a heads up and I will forward to him your "wants and desires".
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Wont be there, but snap on makes a 1/4" drive socket that is longer then a standard socket, but shorter then a deep well...

Its the perfect socket for glow plugs.

I have one, nothing better for quick and easy glow plug changes.
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Wont be there, but snap on makes a 1/4" drive socket that is longer then a standard socket, but shorter then a deep well...

Its the perfect socket for glow plugs.

I have one, nothing better for quick and easy glow plug changes.
Snapon also makes a 3/8 deep socket that fits glow plugs nicely too.
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We will be there all weekend as well if anyone needs anything. I also let Edmo know so hopefully he will make it as well.
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Snapon also makes a 3/8 deep socket that fits glow plugs nicely too.
That you can completely remove the glow plug with? Anything 3/8" I have ever tried gets hung up on the rockers or pushrod...
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I take them all the way out. Only 3/8 I have found that will do it. I usually break them loose and use a piece of fuel hose to spin them out when they turn easy.
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That you can completely remove the glow plug with? Anything 3/8" I have ever tried gets hung up on the rockers or pushrod...
Come by sometime and I will show you.
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We will be there all weekend as well if anyone needs anything. I also let Edmo know so hopefully he will make it as well.
Haylee promised they were coming with the camper.
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I have a set of them, they are awesome! I use them pretty much all the time. They are nice to have.
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Awesome! Ill be there for sure!
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Good to hear!
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Is your son coming with you this time?
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Doing some prep work on the campground had a bald eagle doing a little supervision in a tree close by. Several deer had to check out the noise. I think those camping will have a good time even if they have no projects.
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