Best Way To Remove Carbon Buildup From Gas Plug & Piston Bores
Drill-type cleaning tools quickly break loose and remove hard-to-get-at carbon buildup from the gas plug and gas piston internal bores. Just insert the hardened steel scraping bit and twist back-and-forth; dual scraping edges clean in both directions. Small enough to store in a range bag or cleaning kit. Ergonomically shaped aluminum handles give you a comfortable, secure grip for maximum torquing action. Gas Plug Drill is .316" diameter for the gas plug bore. Piston Drill Set - .180" and .323" diameter drills for thorough cleaning of the piston bores.
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SPECS: Bits – Hardened carbon steel. Handles – 6061 T6 aluminum, O.D. green. Gas Plug Drill - "O"-size. .316" (8mm) dia., 15⁄8" (4cm) long bit. Piston Drills - #15: .180" (4.6mm) dia., 2" (5.1cm) long bit. "P"-size: .323" (8.2mm) dia., 15⁄8" long bit.