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Old 11-30-2001, 07:27 PM
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Cool FORD/ROTUNDA Special Service Tools

Am looking for FORD/ROTUNDA Factory Special Service Tool(s)

T64N 5781-A
T64K 5781-B

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kultulz ...

Have you had any luck w/ finding source for ford-
rotunda service tools? Am looking for front
suspension spring compressor for 64 Fairlane.

In particular, T64K-5310-B .... lower adapter
plate for spring compressor tool assy.

Regards,

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Old 02-04-2002, 06:49 PM
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That is an old one.

You come across discontinued tools on E-Bay from time to time. I'll keep an eye out for you.

There is a current coil spring compressor available for your application (coil over upper control arm).
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Old 02-05-2002, 09:09 PM
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Originally posted by el_roacho:

[quote]kultulz ...

Have you had any luck w/ finding source for ford-
rotunda service tools? Am looking for front
suspension spring compressor for 64 Fairlane.

In particular, T64K-5310-B .... lower adapter
plate for spring compressor tool assy.<hr></blockquote>

Your adaptor is presently in a lose tool group at E-Bay.

http://cgi.ebay.aol.com/ebaymotors/a...item=602028117
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My Grandfather is a retired Ford Mechanic. I know he has a number of special tools. If you tell me what the rotunda tools are for I will ask him if he still has them.
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[quote]If you tell me what the rotunda tools are for I will ask him if he still has them.<hr></blockquote>

Thanx! I appreciate that.

It is two separate sets to press eye bushings in and out of leaf springs.
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[quote]Originally posted by KULTULZ:
<strong>Am looking for FORD/ROTUNDA Factory Special Service Tool(s)

T64N 5781-A
T64K 5781-B</strong><hr></blockquote>

Hey there, just read your message, and my brother just came accross a whole bunch of tools from an old Ford dealership that he has purchased. From what you are decribing, it is possible he might have one or both, need more decription of tools. Let me know if you are interested.
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They look like large collars (the size of an eye spring) and a forcing screw.

The above tool numbers will be stamped on them.

Is he going to inventory the tools? If so, can I get a copy?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by KULTULZ:
[QB]They look like large collars (the size of an eye spring) and a forcing screw.


Well, I just call my brother and he wasn't sure what an eye spring looks like or what a forcing screw is. He has quite a few of these tools in a box. He really doesn't want to mess with the inventory of all these, but told me to let you know if you are interested in buying the whole lot you could pick them up from him for $150.00.
From what he says there are over 150 tools in this box.
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