S50B32 & S54 Constant Pressure Valve O-Ring & Tool

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pingu
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S50B32 & S54 Constant Pressure Valve O-Ring & Tool

Post by pingu » Mon 14 Nov, 2016 21:55

Seal to cure a leaking CPV AND the tool to replace it...

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/332031924109
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Re: S50B32 & S54 Constant Pressure Valve O-Ring & Tool

Post by aceman » Thu 17 Nov, 2016 13:08

You know that very much looks like the tool I made to do mine which I subsequently handed on for others to use. I made it out of a Renault sump plug adapter.

Is this your ebay add Gary?
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Re: S50B32 & S54 Constant Pressure Valve O-Ring & Tool

Post by pingu » Thu 17 Nov, 2016 13:57

aceman wrote:You know that very much looks like the tool I made to do mine which I subsequently handed on for others to use. I made it out of a Renault sump plug adapter.

Is this your ebay add Gary?
Yup. Decided to make tools to sell. Lots of the things you can buy in the market-place are either over-priced, not available, or of poor quality.

£10 instead of £33 AND the tool to do the job doesn't seem unreasonable to me :wink: .
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Re: S50B32 & S54 Constant Pressure Valve O-Ring & Tool

Post by c_w » Wed 23 Nov, 2016 19:07

Yea would be useful for someone without the tool; I tried a few big flat bits from an impact screwdriver but they kept "ramping" out of the slot as they were tapered, so I modified it by grinding it square so it sat really nicely in the keyway of the screw.

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