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  1. Dave rocks

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    #1 Dave rocks, Aug 17, 2018
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    Every shop or owner who works on their own car needs one of these tools to make life easier!

    The use of a dead stop is easiest and most accurate way to find Top Dead Center (TDC) when doing engine work and valve timing.

    This tool was designed specifically for the Ferrari F355 or Ferrari 355F1. However, the tool may be used on other makes / models that have the same thread. As we obtain feedback for the community we will add a list of makes / models the tool will accommodate.

    Made from stainless steel, this tool features an M10 x 1.00 thread (same as the spark plug), a knurl at the end of the body and a 6mm internal hex for an allen key. We've made the tool long to make installation and remove easy. It comes with a plastic case to protect the threads when not in use and is laser etched for identification of thread size and part number.

    A user's manual and videos are coming soon.

    Use FCHAT10 discount code to receive 10% off :)

    https://store.**********.com/products/piston-dead-stop-m10-x-1-00-used-to-find-top-dead-center-tdc


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  3. PaulK

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    Funny, I was just reading that thread and found it quite engrossing.



    Sold!
     
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    Thanks, Paul.

    Plenty of stock for immediate shipment :)
     
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    Is the thread size the same as a 308's or does the 355 use the newer smaller plug?
     
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    The thread size is M10 x 1.0. I believe a 308 is larger but don't have size off the top of my head.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    The link isn't working for me. How much are they? Thanks
     
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    Dave has been permanently banned, you'll need to contact him on his website.

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