If you have access to a welder you can easily make your own.2"- 1/4" flat bar,a
old 3/8's socket and some small keystock (5/16).Mine worked very well due to
Ford being closed on a
You may find one at the parts store. Hopefully they won't charge too much.
Check out the link for ebay, this one is at 26.00 with three hrs to go. At
least you will know what it looks like.
Thanks much John. Looks like that kit is well worth the money because
of the many sizes. I was thinking of just one tool. I'm a retired
machinist, I think I'll just take Thunder Fish's suggestion and bang one
out to fit my T-Bird. No welding though, :)) Chunk of aluminum and a
couple dowel pins ground flat on the ends. Maybe even a few extras.
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