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Old 01-16-2013, 06:45 PM   #36
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One more idea, that they will have at Sears (should). Use a nut splitter. It's looks like a bottle opener, but you place the nut inside the hold and tighten it. Then you can hit it with a small hand sledge and it drives the nut into a hardened steel blade, eventually splitting the nut. It's a little caveman, but I've used it before.
Ok sounds good. Ill try that too
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Ok sounds good. Ill try that too
Well did you get them off? I have been biting my nails in suspense and I am almost up to my elbows(-:
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Well did you get them off? I have been biting my nails in suspense and I am almost up to my elbows(-:
I've finally succeeded haha. Had a friend help me get all but one that was stuck on there pretty good so took a quick trip to lowes to buy the cut off tool and now the coil spring shields are finally off
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I've finally succeeded haha. Had a friend help me get all but one that was stuck on there pretty good so took a quick trip to lowes to buy the cut off tool and now the coil spring shields are finally off
Great now I can stop biting my nails
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Looks good man. Keep us posted.
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