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    Check piston wash and valves W/O taking off the head

    Here is a great tool one of my accounts was using today. They were checking the piston wash and looking at the valves in an engine. There is no need to take the head off to see the valves or piston wash. You can also look your reeds through the carb to see if one is broken without having to take off the intake manifold. There are a bunch of uses for this product. Like finding a nut you dropped in the engine compartment. It has a magnet with it also. You can also hook up an attachment to your camera and take a picture of the problem.



    Here is the companies web site.
    http://provision100.com/pv2_scope.html

    Here is one place to buy it for $232.00 List is $345. http://www.thetoolwarehouse.net/shop/SLI-PV2636-21.html
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    I got a lead on those in a piston was thread from crazy. I got the cheapo pv100 model though. Works great once you get the focus and your eyeballs to work properly.

    Also good for plumbing, household electrical like snakeing network lines, ect.

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    I was looking at the 30+" one that way I would be able to use it on my vehicles also and find those bolts and washers that seem to get away from us inside the hull. The 100 is a good one also.

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