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Old 12-26-2006, 11:26 AM
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Name That Tool

I inherited this automotive tool from my father and I have no clue what it's for. It measures about 18" long. There is no name or numbers on it.

Ideas?
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that tool is for adjusting camber and caster on ford full size cars. locks onto upper control arm shaft and into a hole in frame to pull control arm.
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I thought it was a flywheel rotation tool, but maybe not.
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I was sure it had to be for a Ford!
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Thanks, guys. I knew someone would know.
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that tool is for adjusting camber and caster on ford full size cars. locks onto upper control arm shaft and into a hole in frame to pull control arm.
yes and I wish I had it, I need it
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