alot easier to get those springs on than any other way i have put them on before.Guess i am old school because i always ran 4 springs with rubber on one on top & bottom keeps them quiet plus its never leaked.done this for years but with spring tool i didnt get a sore spot on my hands from pulling springs & whatever tool was used has about 99% slipping off by the time your done. I like this tool alot good price gets job done plus easier but i did bend it a little but it still works great.would buy again & do recommend it for this job . No more bleeding hands.ROCKY MOUNTAIN has great service on tools & parts
Do yourself a favor, and stop using needle nose pliers to install exhaust springs, and get one of these. They cost next to nothing, and will make your life so much easier. Its small enough to easily fit in my tool bag I take to the track too.
Not much to say really, it's just a 'T' handled 'J' hook but the thin shaft makes it easy to fit into tighter spaces. With the thin handle, wearing work gloves helps keep the handle from digging into your fingers though. If you're looking for a spring puller, don't see any reason not to pick this one.
Make life easy and get this tool! It makes pulling off the springs a breeze. A couple seconds and done. If you have a 2stroke, this tool is well worth the cost in terms of time saved struggling without it.
I got a 2 stroke a while back and knew I needed to do a top end on it soon so I figured I'd better get the right tool for the job instead of trying to get something to work. Plain and simple it works and the price is good.
Seriously. If you ride a 2-stroke, or your exhaust has springs, WHY don't you own this? It's like $6 or something similar at the time of this writing, and takes the cussing right out of the job. Unless you like getting shot with springs and death-gripping your pliers, buy this spring tool.