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Lock Technology offers new line of sockets for work on O2 sensors

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Shockit Sockets from Lock Technology, Inc. use the force and sonic vibration of an air hammer along with a self-centering non-turning offset 8mm radius tip Shockit Punch to access, loosen and remove frozen O2 sensors.

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The LT994 kit includes a 22mm Shockit Socket for limited access O2 sensors; a 22mm long profile Shockit Socket for deep recessed Ford, Toyota and Lexus applications; and a 18mm bottoming tap/die for re-threading damaged male/female threads. It also removes hard-to-access 22mm NOx sensors on Kenworth, Cummins, International, Detroit and Volvo diesel truck engines, the company adds.

Each LT994 kit includes an 11-in. Shockit Punch (LT1910P). Also available are additional 5.5-in. (LT1910PS) and 22-in. (LT1910PL) Shockit Punches for short and long reach applications.

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