I've been working a little bit on cleaning up my tool kit items, and on one piece in particular I thought I would share some notes.
The spark plug wrench is a Klein 21 and has a "tommy bar" to put through the holes in the small end so that the wrench can be turned to install/remove spark plugs on the road. Inside of the large end, there is a rubber piece that holds the spark plug to keep it from falling out of the wrench during installation and removal.
I decided while cleaning the wrench that I would remove the rubber piece for better cleaning. Glad I did because the wrench was full of dirt and all kinds of crud underneath the rubber piece (deeper into the socket).
Below is a shot of the cleaned up tool and I included a shot showing the rubber piece that I temporarily removed for cleaning.
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