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Where can I locate a QUALITY one? Fairly long as well....

No, I'm not notching any old screwdrivers either.

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mattie said:
No, I'm not notching any old screwdrivers either.

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picky picky... how about a new one??
probably cheaper than buying one from royal... but anyways... i think i saw one in the royal distributing catalog... check online
 

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Shoe lace- works great!!!
 

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TeamScream said:
Shoe lace- works great!!!

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really?? have to try that one, usually i try to get it on a few times, and if that doesnt work i jus bitch and swear and throw things and it puts itself on.


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Use a old pull cord rope. Best spring tool in the world.
 

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andybob1001skidoomxz said:
TeamScream said:
Shoe lace- works great!!!

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really?? have to try that one, usually i try to get it on a few times, and if that doesnt work i jus bitch and swear and throw things and it puts itself on.


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That was me two weeks ago, the cursing and throwing started the same time the blood started flowing.
 

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One of the simplist tools I have found for this is an old fashioned cotter key remover. It has a handle like that of a screwdriver but has a twisted and bent round tip for pulling cotter pins. Sears, Mac, Matco and Snapon all sell versions of it.

Another great tool I have found is the older Chrysler Brake spring tool (drum brakes). It too has strong and bent end works great for getting under those springs and a sissors action to leverage thier removal.
 
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