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Progressive Suspension Pre-Load Spanner Wrench

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Brand Progressive Suspension
Price $8.95
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This Pre-Load Spanner Wrench has a 3/8" drive and was designed to easily adjust shock pre-load rings. Please Note: Progressive Suspension does not include the ratchet.

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Progressive Suspension Pre-Load Spanner Wrench

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It worked!

By Pastor Bob

from Tallula, Illinois



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        Comments about Progressive Suspension Pre-Load Spanner Wrench:

        Worked perfectly on a 2005 Suzuki SV 650 shock absorber preload adjuster. As advertised, it works with a 3/8" drive ratchet. I would recommend this inexpensive tool to anyone.

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        By R.B.

        from Allentown, PA

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        • Limited applications
        • Universal

        Best Uses

        • Adjusting Shock Preload

        Comments about Progressive Suspension Pre-Load Spanner Wrench:

        This is one of those universal tools that will either work or it won't. Whether or not it'll work depends on how much working space the user has and the diameter of the diameter of the preload adjuster. If you have easy access to your shock(s) and enough room to swing a rathet, give it a try.

        Trying to use it in the tight confines of a chassis with a ratchet can prove frustrating, if not impossible. Adding a 3/8" dr. extension to gain clearance sounds good in theory but makes the tool awkward to use, and I dare say dangerous, as it can and will slip.

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