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Icon spanner wrench

Anyone have an i con spanner wrench i could borrow /rent/ buy? ordered one from Icon but its 3 weeks out! i tried using a punch.. allen wrench ect. but really dosnt fit quite right .. im in Park City i can travel to pick up..Thanks!!

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Re: Icon spanner wrench

If nobody has one near you, there are tons of spanner wrenches out there that will work. Go to a site like summitracing.com and find one for a 2.5 in. coilover. Don't get one with a short handle. Look at the picture to make sure it will work with the icon holes. I think I have the Joe's Racing long handle spanner and it works. If you have a 4wheelparts store, they might have something that will work.
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Re: Icon spanner wrench

I had issues locating a spanner wrench for some reason and I used an improvised spanner that was made for a 2" shock on my 2.5" FOX fronts.

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Re: Icon spanner wrench

I have them for a Toytec coilover....if they work for yours you are welcome to come use them for free...I am in Olympus cove

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Re: Icon spanner wrench

I just use a dowel that fits in the hole tightly. You can adjust with them on the truck. Wheels off the ground of course.
I rarely use the spanner wrenches, in fact the king one bent so we used 2 doweles at 1 time.
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