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Wunderlich 14mm Spark Plug spanner


Part No: WUN-36800-100

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Whether just checking, or replacing your spark plugs, without the right tool, you’re stuck. Due to the very close tolerances, most standard spark plug sockets simply do not fit. After our search for a commercially available, good quality, suitable spark plug tool was exhausted, we turned to the renowned German tool manufacturer GEDORE, who now manufactures this tool exclusively for Wunderlich.

The holes in the tool allow the insertion of a variety of tools that can be used to turn the spark plug. A 3/8” drive extension works very well and an Allen wrench or Phillips screwdriver are also ideal. In a pinch, you can get a set of replacement plugs at most auto parts stores but the tool to change the plugs will usually be the real challenge, unless you have one of these tools along.

Tools made by GEDORE are of the finest quality and are used by professionals world-wide. Every tool is manufactured from the finest steel that’s been analyzed for the correct properties. The steel is then forged with quality checks made throughout the manufacturing process by experienced experts in their field. The processes used ensure that the tools exceed the DIN and ISO norms that are stamped in and a tool that will last a lifetime is the resulting product.

Length = 20cm (
8 inches)


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