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New tools from Lisle Corp. disconnect fuel lines

New low-profile, double-sided tools from Lisle are designed to disconnect fuel lines.
<p>New low-profile, double-sided tools from Lisle are designed to disconnect fuel lines.</p>

Lisle Corp. has introduced low-profile double-ended tools for disconnecting fuel lines on many Chrysler, Ford and GM vehicles.

Part numbers for the Scissor Disconnects Low Profile tools are:

* 63710 Scissor LP 3/8 inch x ½ inch; and

* 63720 Scissor LP 5/16 inch x 3/8 inch.

Lisle says the ½-inch side on the 63710 is especially useful for removing the fuel supply line from the sending unit on 2001 and newer Chevrolet/GMC 3/4-ton and 1-ton trucks equipped with 6.6L Duramax engine. 

The 3/8-inch side of the 63720 is especially useful for removing the fuel supply line from the center port of the sending unit on 2000 and newer Chevrolet/GMC Suburban and Tahoe/Yukon as well as 1999 and newer Chevrolet Silverado pickups equipped with gas engines.

For more information, visit www.lislecorp.com.

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