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OTC releases new fuel injection tools for heavy-duty Detroit Diesel engines

Thursday, November 21, 2019 - 08:00
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OTC announced today the introduction of new fuel injection tools manufactured for use on Detroit Diesel applications. The expansion of OTC’s heavy-duty product lineup allows technicians to better perform preventative maintenance, inspections and service on Detroit Diesel Series 60, two-cycle Series 53, 71, DDEC IV engines and more. The new specialty tool offerings from OTC are now available throughout North America and include:
 
Injector Remover (#5876) – The OTC Injector Remover is a specially designed puller that allows technicians to correctly remove seated injectors from the cylinder heads of Detroit Diesel Series 60 engines. The 5876 is equipped with a thrust bearing under the puller nut to reduce friction during operation for smooth and easy injector removal.
 
Injector Height Gauge Set (#5870) –
The OTC Injector Height Gauge Set assists technicians with properly setting the injector body height to the injector follower for proper fuel injector timing. The 5870 is complete with seven height gauges ranging from 1.460 inches to 3.232 inches for use on Detroit Diesel Series 60, two-cycle Series 53, Series 71, Series 92 and DDEC IV engines.
 
Fuel Injector Torque Adapter (#5886) –
The OTC Fuel Injector Torque Adapter is used to remove and install injector feed tubes on Detroit Diesel DD13 and DD15 engines. The unique design of the 5886 provides proper clearance on injector tube hex nuts and is used to accurately torque tubes upon re-installation.
 
Injector Cup Removal/Installation Tool (#5877) –
The OTC Injector Cup Removal/Installation Tool is a two-tool set that provides technicians with seamless removal and installation of screw-in stainless steel injector cups. The 5877 is designed for use on Detroit Diesel Series 60, MBE 900 and MBE 4000 engines.
 
To learn more about OTC tools and equipment for Detroit Diesel engines, visit www.otctools.com.

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