Request for GPz tool

Jonathon annihilator1100 at
Thu Oct 29 10:14:51 PDT 2009

Try NAPA. Inexpensive.

"I was burdened greatly by the deaths of those around me. But incorporating 
their suffering into our own lives does not change the way of the world."
General John Bell Hood; Commander of the Texas Brigade, 4th Texas Calvary, 
5th Texas Calvary, 17th Texas Infantry

From: "The Masons" <masonjs at>
Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 10:13 AM
To: "GPZ List" <gpzlist at>
Subject: Request for GPz tool

> Hi:
> Do any of you have an extra GPz spark plug socket they would like to sell?
> I decided to change the plugs in my '05 Toyota Tacoma yesterday.  The 
> dealership wanted $150.00 for this job which included the plugs.  I bought 
> 6 plugs for $40.00. I found the plugs are recessed in the head as the GPz 
> (like down a f&@#%ng well).  The plugs are 18 mm as none of the plug 
> sockets I had (5/8", 11/16", 3/4", 13/16" and 1.25" --1966 rotax skidoo 
> engine) would fit.  My 18 mm plug sockets are at the cottage with the 
> Honda XLs.  I did get the 5/8" to slide over the plug but the rubber 
> inside fastened on tight enough that the plug socket stayed with the plug 
> when the extensions came out.  I had to retrieve it with a pair of long 
> duck billed pliers.
> Another cold wet day.  I was hoping to get in another 1000 km of riding 
> before the onset of hibernation but it doesn't look like its going to 
> happen.
> Jim

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