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Is 54MM socket an SST....

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by spartan, Jul 24, 2005.

  1. spartan

    spartan SILVER Star

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    ....I need one to do front end. Is it a Toyota SST or just a standard 54MM socket? Also, is there a non-metric SAE equivalent like 2 1/8"?

    Where can I get what I need. Thank you in advance for your input.
     
  2. apcoleman

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    You can order one from Slee or find a snap on guy. I also think you can get one from C-Dan
     
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    That figures. I've got 3/4" drive sockets from 1 1/2" to 2 3/4" and the dang 2 1/8" socket is missing....wonder if the dog ate it?
     
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    Thanks - I should probably just get one from c-dan - gotta get the rest of the stuff I need anyway....
     
  7. TX_TLC

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    Got mine from Sears....
     
  8. 4x4CPOSEADOG

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    Got mine from Snap On and made by Bluepoint. It has a 3/4 drive on one end. This is a nice tool.
     
  9. Bear80

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    You can also go to Auto Zone and use their loaner. It's not a 54mm, it's a generic 4wheel drive socket but works just fine.
     
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    I got mine from Mac tools for around $40.00 I think ;)
     
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    OTC brand at Napa was $11.95
     
  12. Tools R Us

    Tools R Us

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    In the old days Bluepoint meant a tool not made by Snap-On, bought from another manufacture and sold on Snap-On trucks, now days lots of stuff branded Snap-On is not made by them.

    The one I have is a Mac # AS1901 2-3/32" works well. The OTC part number for the 2-3/32 is 1901 for the 54MM is 1950M. SPX/OTC/Kent Moore makes the hub sockets for all of the tool truck companies and just about everyone else including Toyota. SPX/OTC/Kent Moore is the supplier for all the Toyota SSTs, you can order direct at list price, Cdan maybe slightly cheaper. :D

    http://toyota.spx.com/

    OTC is only available through distribution.

    http://www.otctools.com/
     
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