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Looking for Special Tool 10-222A

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Hey guys here's a tough one...

Anyone know where to find VW or Audi special tools at a good price or to rent per chance? I'm looking for VW 10-222A which is an engine support bar shared by Audi / VW / BMW / and Porsche.

Porsche Part # 9591/1 are the feet for this bar. Looks like Baum is the maker of it, but not 100% on that.


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You might look at OTC's version of the tool(#4324 Stinger engine support bar), as an alternative. Just a thought.


Sweet, that's exactly what I was looking for! Do you happen to know if I still need to purchase the special "feet" from Porsche? Or will the ones that come with it work?

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I use the otc set-up, but am exceedingly careful in setting it up(some apps micro-fibre towel in rain gutter of the fender lip or a milled piece of wood). That tool is pretty heavy-duty, and can hold alot more weight then most fenders can, so due caution should be taken. Its especially helpful in doing clutches, motor mounts, etc(helps to keep drivetrain alignment). There is no doubt, the factory tools do fit better for many apps(RMS, ignition switch, etc.) , but some like those have just gone way up with the drop in the US$ and moderate(or acceptable) substitutes can be used. One of their lighter versions would probably work as well.Hope this helps some.


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