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HONDA SPECIAL SOCKET

To remove the crankshat 19 mm bolt (always hard to do it) use the LISLE 77080
SPECIAL SOCKET.. (it is a heavy socket less vibrations more power) with impact
wrench air or electric. is going to remove the bolt quick and easy.

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