Heavy Duty Shock Spring Compressor Tools For cars|left hand type spring compressor|Safety to repair car shock absorber
Heavy Duty Shock Spring Compressor Tools For cars|left hand type spring compressor|Safety to repair car shock absorber
Heavy Duty Shock Spring Compressor Tools For cars|left hand type spring compressor|Safety to repair car shock absorber
Heavy Duty Shock Spring Compressor Tools For cars|left hand type spring compressor|Safety to repair car shock absorber
Heavy Duty Shock Spring Compressor Tools For cars|left hand type spring compressor|Safety to repair car shock absorber
Heavy Duty Shock Spring Compressor Tools For cars|left hand type spring compressor|Safety to repair car shock absorber
Model
DN-B2002/B2001/B2003

Item specifics

type
spring compressor
Material
SAE1045
Technic
Drop Forge
Hardness
38-42 HRC
application
compress coil spring
package
Carry case
Suitable
New model cars
application
replace and repair car shock more safety
sample
accepted sample order
Service
OEM,ODM,Customized
Carry Case Color
Red,blue,black

Product review

Description

Heavy Duty Shock Spring Compressor Tools For cars-left hand
Suitable for MacPherson strut coil springs. 
Features a yoke extension bracket that also allows use on conical springs. Supplied with three pairs of diƬ erent sized interchangeable yokes, for a wide range of vehicle applications.
Plastic yoke protectors that protect the spring coating from damage, which can invalidate the vehicle manufacturer's guarantee. 
Safety yokes are carefully shaped to stop the spring bowing while under compression.

Customized: 

Label customized&design, 
Case Color: Black, Blue, Red to choose

Item No
Compressor
Gold Yokes
Φ80-105mm
Handed
Black Yokes
Φ105-150mm
Handed
Silver Yokes
Φ145-190mm
Handed
B2001
YES
YES
N/A
YES
L/H
YES
L/H
B2002
YES
YES
R/H
YES
R/H+L/H
YES
R/H+L/H
B2003
NO
NO
N/A
YES
L/H
YES
L/H
B1027
YES
YES
R/H
YES
R/H
YES
R/H
Operation
Tips: 

‰    WARNING! DO NOT compress the spring to an extent where the coil windings touch, fig.2.A.
‰    WARNING! DO NOT compress the spring to an extent where the jaws touch fig.2.B.

Ensure the jaws and the body of the compressor are correctly aligned at all times during spring compression fig.3.A. For conical springs, the centre line of the spring should remain parallel to the compressor body, fig.3.B.

 If necessary use the extension block as in fig.4 to keep the spring and compressor body parallel.

 Secure the strut with a clamp, vice, or other adequate holding devices. 

TO COMPRESS A STRUT REMOVED FROM A VEHICLE

Mount the selected jaws on the compressor body, fit the retaining bolts and tighten securely.

Rotate the hexagonal nut, using air or hand tools to drive the jaws apart to the length of the spring and to allow compression of as many windings as possible.

 Place the spring strut compressor onto the spring, ensuring the spring seats correctly, fig.1.B., between the safety lips, fig.1.6. and the outer rib fig.1.7. and cannot slide out during compression.

Ensure the jaws and body are correctly aligned, fig.3 / 4.

Rotate the hexagonal nut, using air or hand tools and compress the spring until the upper support bearing is free and the spring will rotate

TO DECOMPRESS A STRUT REMOVED FROM A VEHICLE

To decompress the spring, reverse the compress procedure.