need a T-70 bit, for front Diff
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This is a discussion on need a T-70 bit, for front Diff within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Anyone have any good ideas as to where to get a T-70 torx bit? My biggest TORX is too small. ...

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    need a T-70 bit, for front Diff

    Anyone have any good ideas as to where to get a T-70 torx bit? My biggest TORX is too small. Was wondering if the stealership might lend me a bit for a deposit.

    Think NAPA/AUTOZONE/O'Rieleys/carquest/ etc would have that?

    Im planning on changing out the fluid in my front Diff, and lo and behold in Subaru's infinite wisdom they put a giant torx bolt in the front diff, and square 1/2" drive for the rear diff....go figure...

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    dealer has it but they charge something ridiculous for it, best bet is to go to a local shop and ask to borrow one.

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    Yes,theoreticlly you should be able to find a T-70 at one of those auto stores.Lisle makes one.Napa or Pepboys would be the first stores to hit.
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    I bought one this week at Autozone for $4
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    man a whole mess of nachos sounds good right now
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