Feature: Plier Color: Black & silver Finish: Nickel plated Capacity – Jaw: 6.4mm max Range: 1.2 – 6.4mm/0.05 – 0.25″ Total length: 17cm/6.69″ Handle – Primary – Finish: Vinyl dipped Compressor: Dimensions: 75MM(3″) Height Fits Size: 2-1/8″ to 7″ (53mm – 175mm) Material: Carbon Steel (Plier) / Strong Spring Steel (Compressor) Packaged included: 1 x Piston Ring Pliers 1 x Piston Ring Compressor 1 x Wrench
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- Installs and removes piston rings up to 6.4mm (1/4″) without twisting.
- Adjustable from 2-1/8″ to 7″ (53mm – 175mm),Sprung mechanism for fine control.
- Nickel-plated carbon steel for corrosion resistance and comfortable vinyl-dipped handles.
- Proper Fit On The Piston And A Positive Locking Action Fits Sizes 53mm-175mm (2 1/8 To 7″)”
-#15,417 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #27 in Snap-Ring Pliers
-14.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Works very well for the price. Once you get the piston in this fixture, set it on a flat surface and tap the metal band to flatten it out along the bottom. This will help to get the piston in the first time. Don’t forget to lube it with engine oil.
- Quick shipping. Quality not the best but will work fine for rebuilding couple small engines a year. Pliers does it’s job for small engine rings. Ring compressor size is inaccurate in description. The one I was sent is actually 2.5 – 6 inches.
- I lost my old one piston ring compressor and didn’t want to spend twice the money at the local auto parts store. It arrived in a couple of days using prime and worked great in putting together a Yamaha 250 outboard.
- We used this to change out the piston and put in a big bore kit on my 2018 Honda Grom and it worked perfect
- Did what I needed it to do. First time I used it I didn’t have it tight enough so I had to reset the rings and piston, but worked great there after. And the ring expander is a good little tool
- It broke on my first use. Didn’t even get the ring tight enough to fit in the cylinder yet. It was useless after it broke.
- Works as well as any other ring compressor I have used. Still using it in shop.
- Seems well built. I wouldn’t throw the muscle to it too hard. You shouldn’t have too, but a stiff ring could bent the material