Q: How did the tool/equipment function as far as saving you time?
A: This is a very unique tool, and a pretty good time saver. Instead of bolting down a traditional injector remover, you slip a button into the opening, position the remover, and snug it up to the injector. Then you slip the other part of the tool into your air hammer and let it do the work for you.
Q: What kind of setup was involved before using the product?
A: There is no setup involved. You simply take the tool out of the box and put it to work.
Q: How easy was it to use?
A: It’s actually very easy to use. Once you position the button in the opening, you simply slide the injector remover into place and snug it up to the injector. Then you insert the supplied air hammer punch into the air hammer, and rattle the injector loose.
Q: How was its packaging? Did it come with any accessories?
A: The packaging is actually very nice. It comes in a very sturdy cardboard box that will easily fit into a toolbox drawer. There are no accessories included, just the components of the tool.
Q: Was there a manual included? If so, did you use the manual and was the manual easy to understand?
A: There was no manual included. There was a one-page instruction sheet with pictures that does a good job of explaining how to use the tool.
Q: What features did you like?
A: I like that you don’t have to fasten it down to use it. You just slip it into place. This makes it much quicker to use. Then after you have it in place, the air hammer does all of the work for you.
Q: Is there any way you could think to improve or add to this tool?
A: The button that you put in first is not overly big and sometimes gets a little slippery with oily hands. It could also possibly be dropped and lost. It might be a good idea to include a spare button with the kit.
Q: What types of jobs/repairs did you use this tool for?
A: I used it to remove injectors on a Ford 6.7L Diesel engine.
Q: How does this tool compare to other tools you've worked with?
A: I have used other injector pullers, but never one that was designed to be used with an air hammer. This feature makes it much easier to remove the stuck injectors.
Q: On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate these tools overall? Why?
A: Probably a solid nine. It was very well made and fit well on the injectors so that it didn’t slide off. It was quick and easy to install. The added advantage of using the power and vibration of the air hammer to remove stubborn injectors is a big plus.