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    Default Re: Removing a stick lambda.

    Quote Originally Posted by cheb View Post
    Put a jubilee clip round the socket once it's over the sensor, it'll help stop it spreading.
    Try an exhaust clamp it's a bit stronger .should have one as you're working on the exhaust.

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    Default Re: Removing a stick lambda.

    I bought 4 of them. Surely 4 will be able to kee the thing together!

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    Default Re: Removing a stick lambda.

    Now that looks like a job for a facom open socket wrench.

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    Default Re: Removing a stick lambda.

    Ain’t a job for the nanda socket, wrong size! 17mm not 22

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    Default Re: Removing a stick lambda.

    Not that it matters. Plus Gas must have done its job, came out fairly easily.

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    Default Re: Removing a stick lambda.

    Quote Originally Posted by fingerpuk View Post
    Not that it matters. Plus Gas must have done its job, came out fairly easily.
    Plus gas is good. I've had stuff which wouldn't come off, even with breaker bars, which did the next day after a soaking of plus gas over night.

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    Default Re: Removing a stick lambda.

    I wrapped the sensor in tissue, soaked it in Plus Gas, and left it for 4 days. Problem sorted. Now need to take apart the entire back end of the bike to do the next bit! Tools needed.

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