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  1. #1
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    Hmm

    Looking for packing gland key, packing gland sockets for tightening slotted internal packing gland nuts on service valves. It'll slide over the valve stem and engage two slotted recesses in the gland nut. Know they exist, father had them. Can't locate them anywhere.

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    Roninair made these years ago, been discontinued
    maybe Robinaire has some surplus left over
    you can give it a try

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    Yellow-Jacket still manufactures this tool, looks like service valve wrench, and has packing gland tool.

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    If you cant find one deep socket and a grinder can make one.

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    Klein, YellowJacket both make them. Check your supplier, they should be available.

  6. #6
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    thingies

    C&D Valve Manufacture Company
    P.O. Box 13250
    oklahoma city,ok 73113-1250
    800-654-9233

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    Another idea. I have spanner wrenches form McMaster-Carr for those and the unloaders on Copeland comps. A little bit of grinding on them and they are fine.

  8. #8
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    ask your sporlan factory rep, they have the tool for the packing nut and adjustment stem for txv.

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    Originally posted by smbore

    ask your sporlan factory rep, they have the tool for the packing nut and adjustment stem for txv.
    All of the parts houses here have box full of 'em. SSurprising to me. I have about 2 dozen on my van.

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    Talking having fun?

    I GOT MINE THROUGH PAMECO OR GUSTAVE LARSON, ALOT OF THE MANUFACTURES LIKE YOU TO REPLACE THE VALVES, SPORLAN HAS A JUNK ONE, AND THE ALCO COMPANY HAS A NUT THAT SLIDES DOWN OVER THE TOP AND U CAN USE A CRESENT WRENCH TO TURN IT LOOSE IT HAS THE TWO PEGS ALSO, FOR THE SLOTS, i THEN GOT A FLAT PIECE OF STEEL AND WELDED IT TO IT! AND , PROBABLY WHN I NEED IT I WON BE ABLE TO FIND IT, I GOT IT FOR THE UNLOADERS AND THE SOLENIOD VALES TO REBUILD THEM IT BEATS SWEATING AND THE THREE R'S

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    Sporlan Valve Wrench Part Number SPOZ57



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    Alco Solenoid Valve Spanner Wrench Part Number X11981-1
    Johnstone Supply B14-082
    Aircraft Mechanical Accessories Technician. The Air Force changed the job title to Air Craft Environmental Systems Technician. But I've decided I'll always be a Mech Acc.

  12. #12
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    Try a yellow jacket 60617

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    Quote Originally Posted by MechAcc View Post
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    Sporlan Valve Wrench Part Number SPOZ57

    I ran into the same issue this week. That small Sporlan tool will NOT work on a typical service valve. Knotches too tight. I haven't bought the Yellow Jacket tool but I did see it at UR. The YJ looks to be the correct tool.

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