While sorting through my many cardboard boxes of tools that I have collected over the years, I came across this. I must have bought it for something, but for the life of me I can't remember what it is used for. The part in the middle is threaded, and has M14-15 and 81-9/16 etched in the side. Anybody know what it is and what it is used for?
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It's Called a Lock Plate Depressor & Like stated above it's used to depress the lock plate enough to remove the Lock Ring & allow the Lock Plate to be removed when repairing/replacing parts in the steering comumn,Earlier models are 9/16" and Later models are Metric M14
Yup, I used one when I remove the steering wheel and components on our YJ.
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