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Old 10-31-2009, 01:46 PM   #1
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where can i get a 22mm crows foot?

need to replace o2 sensor and a wrench aint cuttin it... i checked out canadian tire and lordco and they dont have anything bigger then 19mm
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Old 10-31-2009, 05:50 PM   #2
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KMS or the SnapOn truck should have a 22mm crowsfoot but what for? The plug should fit through a regular 22mm box-end wrench or why not buy one of these:

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...0070921x00003a

If for some weird reason you reaaaally need a 22mm crowsfoot or flare style wrench, just modify a 7/8" - plentiful and cheap.
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try napa. ultra makes a 22mm o2 sensor socket. i have it and its pretty handy.
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Get a proper O2 sensor socket. You need as much contact area as the O2 sensor is pretty stuck on it. Shouldn't be more than a few bucks at Princess Auto. The KD one is okay, but not all sensors are that deep (or have that much access).. so YMMV.
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If for some weird reason you reaaaally need a 22mm crowsfoot or flare style wrench, just modify a 7/8" - plentiful and cheap.
modify how??
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KMS, in the clearance section, at the back of the store, there's bound to be a 22mm crowfoot from either KD, Easco, or Herbrand. I bought one for $3.00. It's NOS (new old stock).
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try napa. ultra makes a 22mm o2 sensor socket. i have it and its pretty handy.
+1. I'd never go back to screwing around with wrenches again. And put some anti-seize on the threads of the replacement to make it easy for the next guy.
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