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Snap-On SRD35 Torque Adaptor Diesel Head Bolt 6.0L Power Stroke Engines

by Toolsource on May 4th, 2010

PTEN INNOVATION AWARDS 2010 NOMINEE
APRIL 2010 VOLUME 21, NUMBER 3

As seen in Professional Tool and Equipment News April 2010
Snap-On SRD35 Torque Adaptor
Snap-On’s new Torque Adaptor (SRD35) is a specialty tool for use with the FORD 6.0L Power Stroke diesel engine equipped vehicles including hte 2003-2007 Ford F-Series Trucks and Excursions (including ambulance, law enforcement and shuttle bus conversions). Features and benifits include use of 3/4″ – drive ratchet / torque wrench transmits high torque necessary to loosen and tighten headbolts with less strain on the technician; eliminates the need to remove the truck / van with cab from the chassis to access the rear head bolts, saving time and preventing damage to the rear heat shield; eliminates the need to remove the evaporator housing, saving two house of time and the additional cost of refrigerant added during the A/C recharging. When coupled with an SWM181, 18mm shallow socket, the SRD35 can access all of the head bolts, eliminating the need to change tools or remove the adaptor during the job.

Above content from PTEN:
Below from the Manufacturer:

Snap-on SRD35 TORQUE Adaptor

Description:

  • Special tool for use on Ford F250/F350 Trucks and Excursions (2003-2007) plus Ford E-Series Vans (2004-2009) including ambulance, law enforcement and shuttle bus conversions using the 6.0L Power Stroke diesel engine.
  • When coupled with an SM18, 18mm socket, the SRD35 can access all of the head bolts eliminating the need to change tools or remove the adaptor during the job.
  • Use of 3/4‚ÄĚdrive ratchet/torque wrench transmits the high torque necessary to loosen and tighten head bolts, with less strain on the technician.
  • Eliminates the need to remove the truck/van cab from the chassis to access the rear head bolts, saving time and preventing damage to the rear heat shield.
  • Eliminates the need to remove the evaporator housing, saving 2 hours of time and the additional cost of refrigerant added during A/C recharging.
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