- The manufacturer of your diesel
compression tester will likely be able to supply the various adaptors. ( NB - For non technicians, a diesel engine
compression tester is different to a gasoline engine
compression tester due the the different pressures involved. ) Failing that, likely Snap - On for a complete tester. Alternatively any competent machine shop could machine one for you.
- You may find that a leak down tester would be of greater to use to you providing that you have the skills to interpret the results.
PS - The cost of all of the above covering a range of engines etc. is one of the reasons that technicians cost what they do.
If i can find the manufacturer of my tester I'll post again later.