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Old 01-29-2014, 11:15 PM   #1
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O2 sensor size??

Hey guys I need to be able to remove my O2 sensors tomorrow to install my X pipe. Are those O2 sensor sockets a universal size or is there a specific one I need to get?

Also, any idea what size bolts/nuts hold the cats on the manifolds, or the clamps that hold the exhaust to the x pipe?
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Hey guys I need to be able to remove my O2 sensors tomorrow to install my X pipe. Are those O2 sensor sockets a universal size or is there a specific one I need to get? Also, any idea what size bolts/nuts hold the cats on the manifolds, or the clamps that hold the exhaust to the x pipe?
For the O2 sensors I just went to auto zone & picked up a O2 sensor socket so I'm guessing it's universal!
Here's a link to instal instruction that I used of of Am..it was the size of all the bolts!
http://www.americanmuscle.com/bbk-he...6-install.html
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Good looking out, thank you.
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Good looking out, thank you.
NP man! I bought a open end swivel head ratchet (don't know if that's what's it's even called) for the manifold bolts because they are a PITA to take off & put back on!! I'll show u a pic of what I mean when I get home!
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This is what I was talking about..it's for the manifold bolts! The clearance between the bolts and the manifold is minimal & the angles suck!! This didn't make it a piece of cake but it sure did help out a lot!!
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That's a box-end swivel ratchet.
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That's a box-end swivel ratchet.
Now I know what it's called! Haha. Thanks!
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