Kincrome Gasket Scraper K080016 Review


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Sick of using a screwdriver or knife to scrape off old gaskets? For all of $12 delivered you can have yourself an official gasket scraper tool.





There's not really a lot to it - a metal blade, shaft and plastic handle:

Here are some photos of the Kincrome Gasket Scraper tool, part number K080016 as featured in our review on Motofaction.org.

A closeup of the end:

Here are some photos of the Kincrome Gasket Scraper tool, part number K080016 as featured in our review on Motofaction.org.

The edge is angled:

Here are some photos of the Kincrome Gasket Scraper tool, part number K080016 as featured in our review on Motofaction.org.

The handle is quite hard plastic, and branded:

Here are some photos of the Kincrome Gasket Scraper tool, part number K080016 as featured in our review on Motofaction.org.

So! Does it work? In a word, yes. For the price it makes removing old gasket material and sealant easier than just using a blade or a screwdriver. The wide blade and angled end makes it easy to apply pressure at a shallow angle and minimise the likelihood that you dig into soft aluminium and leave a gouge on the gasketed surface. For the cheap price, it's worth it. You can find one for yourself on eBay - they're usually in the low $20s but can often be found below $15 as of the time of writing (mid-2016).




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