There is also a flat weird wrench that someone on the list directed us to
once upon a time. I happened to stumble across one in a pon shop for $5.00.
Then the other day I saw one at the local hardware store in the plumbing
Could be a type of Spud wrench that plumbers used to use.
It kinda looks like a ? without the dot at the bottom,of course, and
a hinge pin at the bottom of the c part. Oh man I'm dieing here.
Can anybody help me with a name . I'm not doin so well. Wish I still had
that web sight on file.
Hell, I wish I still had those files. (damn virus) :(
----- Original Message -----
From: "conbreda" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, December 31, 2005 5:35 PM
Subject: Overdrive drain plug
> What is the correct way to remove the overdrive drain plug?
> Mine is the circular one made from a brass like material, with equidistant
> square cutouts on the outer circumference.