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Old Snap On Grease Retainer Adapter?


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Old 12-03-2015, 11:10:39 PM
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Default Old Snap On Grease Retainer Adapter?

My neighbor used to work for Snap-On in the 1980's and picked up a lot of his tools at this time. He had loaned me this "Grease Retainer Adapter" to pull valve seats out of old engines with my slide hammer. A few weeks ago I stumbled across a really stuck seat and one of the jaws on the tool broke. I looked on Snap-On's website and cross referenced it to a CJ93-4, but when I ordered one it was only ~20% of the size of the tool I had. My local Snap-On dealer is scratching his head. The original tool had no part number. Does anyone recognize it, or know where I could get another one. If I cannot find one, I'll look into having some new forged steel arms waterjetted. The internal thread size is 3/4-16. Any help would be greatly appreciated.



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K Tron what is the # stamped in the original tool? Thanks.

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Greetings K-tron, Get it while its hot! Ebay # 371495978936 About $30.00. Hope this helps. Enuf Said.
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Thank you Greg! That looks like the one

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Well I clicked buy it now, and the listing must have ended seconds earlier. Someone got it underneath me, uggh

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I've found in the past that with Ebay.........If the item is "Buy It Now" & a person Really wants it, you better grab it when you see or hear of it, or it may be gone the next time you look.
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No big deal, I just bought two of them on ebay for $35 shipped

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I thought that was a grease/oil seal puller. I think I've got one in my pile-o-crap.
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Default Re: Old Snap On Grease Retainer Adapter?

The original tool number was CJ-66-25. It has been discontinued and replaced by a Blue Point SP 2031. My Snap-on dealer replaced my original with the Blue Point under warrantee. The original Snap-on was a better tool in my opinion. I guess things break after 30 some odd years of service.

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