Internal coil spring compressor

  • Working on vehicles with wishbone suspensions.
  • Suitable for wishbone lower hole diameter bigger than 30 mm.
  • Small-sized spindle suitable for on-car operation.
  • Max capacity 39,900 N / 4,072 Kg.
  • Telescopic tool ranges from 95 to 220 mm.
  • Can be operated with an air/impact wrench with a 100 Nm torque extension bar.
  • Suitable for BMW (3 series 1996 – 2013), Chrysler, Chevrolet, Citroën, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz W202, W204 (1997-2013), Mitsubishi, Renault, Peugeot, Škoda, Suzuki, Toyota, Volvo and Volkswagen.
  • Safety design on tool and discs offer stronger connection.
  • Meets standards of CE certification.
  • Stock Ref. No. 9CL-1100133
  • Dimensions
  • Instructions
  • Downloads
  • Video
Packing BMC
Packaging 4 sets/carton
N.W 5.1 kg/set
20.4 kg/carton
G.W. 21.4 kg/carton
Size 35 x 30.5 x 8.6 cm/set
Size 36.5 x 36 x 33 cm/carton
  1. Check spring size and choose a suitable pair of C jaws.
    Note 1: the lower wishbone hole size should be less than 30 mm.
    Note 2: C jaws should be used as a pair with the same size. Do not use a big C jaw with a small C jaw.
  2. Place upper C jaw first.
  3. Insert the main body through the coil spring and upper C jaw. The jaws are designed to have grooves to be meshed with the pins on the main body.
  4. Place the lower C jaw and insert it through the main body, adjust main body length if necessary.
  5. Make sure the grooves on both upper and lower C jaws are closely meshed with the pins on the main body.
  6. Connect the 100 Nm torque extension bar to the main body.
  7. Use a spanner or an air wrench to compress the coil spring.