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Re: Fulcrum pin removal

To: "Frank Clarici" <spritenut@Exit109.com>
Subject: Re: Fulcrum pin removal
Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2003 20:55:57 -0500
Cc: <spridgets@autox.team.net>
References: <Law10-F51mfCHJr1Wty00004948@hotmail.com> <3EAEF2C3.90305@exit109.com>
> Get a cold chisel, one with a hex shaft, and suitable in size to fit the
> pin slot. Grind the tip to suit even better. Stick a socket or impact
> wrench on the end of the chisel handle.
> Worked for me.

Strangely enough, that's exactly what I did as well. Worked for me, too. Ed
showed me a 3/8" drive SnapOn screwdriver bit that he got machined to fit
the hole and the groove perfectly. At around $20 it might be a little more
than the chisel, but it sure looked like it might work even better.
David Lieb
RWA Midgets

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