Eisen MKT015 75-165mm Universal Adjustable Valve Spring Compressor Automotive Engine Repair Tool

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Item: Adjustable Valve Spring Compressor

Size: 8"

  • Easy to Use. Small/middle OVH engine repair compressing tool will help you to effortlessly disassemble and reassemble valve springs.
  • Sturdy, durable all steel construction eliminates tool flex.
  • Adjustable spring clamping fork and screw-type throat adjustment. 3" to 6.5" (75mm to 165mm) capacity with a 6" (150mm) throat clearance.
  • Cam-style locking handle compresses spring and keeps the tool in place allowing for easy removal of spring retaining clips.
  • The handle has molded soft grip to prevent slipping during operation. Reduces fatigue and increases productivity.
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Details

Comfortable, durable handle, PVC coated, non-slip design is comfortable and provides a secure grip.

Two-way adjustment, 3-inch to 6.5-inch (7.5cm to 16.5cm) capacity with a 6-inch (150mm) throat clearance.

Small/middle OVH engine repair compressing tool will help you to effortlessly disassemble and reassemble valve springs.

Technical Details

Manufacturer Eisen
Part Number ‎MKT015
Style Universal Valve Spring Compressor
Size 75-165mm
Material Forged steel
Package Dimensions 17.72 x 8.66 x 2.17 inches‎

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Autospecialtools Customer
Just what I needed

Well made

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Just what I needed

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Just what I needed

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Pam Bartel
Works for limited funds and limited need.

Was able to do what I needed to replace the valve rotator and spring. Had to do it in 2 steps using another compressor. The bottom foot is difficult to engage properly due to thickness. So had to remove rotator, then the spring and reverse to reinstall.

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Pam Bartel
Works for limited funds and limited need.

Was able to do what I needed to replace the valve rotator and spring. Had to do it in 2 steps using another compressor. The bottom foot is difficult to engage properly due to thickness. So had to remove rotator, then the spring and reverse to reinstall.