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Alfa Romeo Special Tool A.5.0164 Wrench for undoing the Spica Fuel Injector Lines

Selling my A.5.0164 T handle wrench for undoing Spica fuel injector lines. It is used but in very nice shape.

Asking 50.00 plus shipping. I will ship internationally.
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if sale does not go through please contact me John jpks@attt.net
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That tool is a MUST HAVE for ease of working on Spica fuel lines!

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JIM If you have another tool or know someone who would like to sell one please let me know thanks John
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If your in a hurry and need a tool to remove the lines. This is what I used when working on Alfas for a living for about 10 years. It works just as good as or better then the factory wrench.


https://store.snapon.com/Flare-Nut-F...t-P631741.aspx

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If your in a hurry and need a tool to remove the lines. This is what I used when working on Alfas for a living for about 10 years. It works just as good as or better then the factory wrench.


https://store.snapon.com/Flare-Nut-F...t-P631741.aspx
The above tool also works on Montreal head nuts.

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If your in a hurry and need a tool to remove the lines. This is what I used when working on Alfas for a living for about 10 years. It works just as good as or better then the factory wrench.

Same here but I used the Hazet one

Hazet Tools 4550-1 Injection Line Wr, 17 mm, 1/2" dr. Long Style | eBay

Found it worked better than factory also also fits German diesels

$50 +shipping If anyone is interested

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Same here but I used the Hazet one

Hazet Tools 4550-1 Injection Line Wr, 17 mm, 1/2" dr. Long Style | eBay

Found it worked better than factory also also fits German diesels

$50 +shipping If anyone is interested
Whoa! Those have got pricey. I bought one ~40 years ago and it was quite affordable for a poorly paid tech.
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Same here but I used the Hazet one

Hazet Tools 4550-1 Injection Line Wr, 17 mm, 1/2" dr. Long Style | eBay

Found it worked better than factory also also fits German diesels

$50 +shipping If anyone is interested
Ohhh. I actually like that one better.

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Whoa! Those have got pricey. I bought one ~40 years ago and it was quite affordable for a poorly paid tech.

Check these guys out


https://www.amazon.com/Hazet-4550-1-.../dp/B01MQJ8ZEQ

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Thanks Guys for the advise you guys are great
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Holy Moly!
I've got to review my homeowners coverage of my tools now that I am retired.
I will say it is a quality tool.
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Thanks for the heads up guys. Just found got a Hazet one for 25 euro. I can't seem to afford the factory tools any more.

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