Shock Oil Air Removal Tool (Super Long) by Tamiya

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This is the Tamiya Super Long Shock Oil Air Removal Tool. When assembling your shocks, this air removal system allows you to draw out the air bubles faster, saving you valuable time. This tool can be used with 1/10 to 1/8 size shocks.

  • (1) Air remover
  • (1) Pump
  • (1) Sticker
  • (1) Instruction manual 

This product was added to our catalog on June 9, 2011.

Verified Owner
Wednesday, Oct 31 2012 (about 5 years ago)
Tamiya Shock Oil Air Removal Tool (Super Long)
Great tool, removes all the air from your shocks very quickly. Very easy to use. Makes shock oil changes a breeze and no wasted time waiting for the air bubbles. Highly recommended. Fits 1/8 scale shocks.)
Kenneth Echols
Verified Owner
Sunday, Nov 22 2015 (about 2 years ago)
Tamiya Shock Oil Air Removal Tool (Super Long)
Very good tool! Used it for 2 years, no problems at all. Removes all air from shocks and makes changing shock oil a breeze.)
Verified Owner
Sunday, Sep 22 2013 (about 4 years ago)
Tamiya Shock Oil Air Removal Tool (Super Long)
Coolest tool EVER well not quite. But it works like a hot damn!! This is the stuff it works, sucks air right out of your shocks. Now rebuilding isn't a pain no longer having to wait for the lil bubbles to come up. A must have tool for any RC racer!!

And is good quality durable design hold vacuum for very long time.)
Verified Owner
Sunday, Dec 27 2015 (about 2 years ago)
Tamiya Shock Oil Air Removal Tool (Super Long)
As I have seen in the past with all the Tamiya products I've had, this product is of high quality and works great. This is a must have tool if you rebuild alot of shocks or want precision bleeding. How did I rebuild shocks before this tool?!)