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Username Post: Coil / electrolok removing instructions        (Topic#158590)
David Hayward 
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05-03-07 12:57 AM - Post#1156244    

Thanks to Gene for this info from the 1936 Oldsmobile Shop Manual.

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don-wi 
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09-09-08 11:26 AM - Post#1518615    
    In response to David Hayward

I'm interested in locating the special tool #J-726. Anyone know of a source?

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Don



 
Smokey 
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09-09-08 01:28 PM - Post#1518701    
    In response to don-wi

Hi Don. By that number it appears that's a Kent-Moore tool but it looks like it's out of production because it wasn't listed. You might try the Kent-Moore tool company and see what info they have.

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