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Kent Moore tools cross reference
Posted by: joelsplace ()
Date: August 21, 2015 05:58PM

I'm looking for a J-6266-19. I've found more than one J-6266-23 which looks the same in pictures. Does anyone know if there is a Kent Moore catalog somewhere that gives updated or superseded part numbers?

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Re: Kent Moore tools cross reference
Date: August 21, 2015 09:21PM

HERE is an online list of the Corvair specific K-M Tools with photos.


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Re: Kent Moore tools cross reference
Posted by: joelsplace ()
Date: August 21, 2015 09:35PM

Thanks but that just had the original numbers from the shop manual and no updated numbers.

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Re: Kent Moore tools cross reference
Posted by: Vairnuts ()
Date: June 25, 2020 12:46PM

Very late to this thread, but stumbled across question and have the answer. J-6266-19 is comprised of three parts, 6266-22 spring, 6266-23 body, and 6266-24 plunger. Body actually also has a set screw that has no J number. Thus, J-6266-19 is stamped absolutely nowhere, thus causing confusion - if you see a complete tool listed as J-6266-23, it is actually J-6266-19. I have bought several of these - there are things to watch out for. Previously mentioned set screw often seizes, and many are snapped off. The plunger also can seize and is easily damaged attempting to remove it. You see a fair amount of the bodies without spring or plunger - if set screw moves, those are excellent. Spring is readily sourced. Nice plunger hardest part to find. Hope this helps.

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