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    How do I get this pin out?

    I cant see any screwhead or allen key. Before I start bashing at it with a nailset and hammer I though I should ask how you remove and reinstall these pins?

    Sorry for the blurry shot, my camera wont take pics that close very well. Hope you can see it.




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    RE: How do I get this pin out?

    look under the arm. there is probly a slug screw(set screw)
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    RE: How do I get this pin out?

    Yes I removed the set screw but the pin doesnt want to budge. Should I try and force it?

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    RE: How do I get this pin out?


    ORIGINAL: Meafordguy

    Yes I removed the set screw but the pin doesnt want to budge. *Should I try and force it?
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    yes. if you removed that set screw then the pin is just being stubborn. dirt and such will make it stick.
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    RE: How do I get this pin out?

    Ok will try thanks, I'm trying to fix a wobbly wheel issue, I think this part is worn and I happen to have a replacement part so lets see if that will help.

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    RE: How do I get this pin out?

    Update: Got it all together, wheel is a little less wobbly, I can live with it. Now if the thing would only go forwards instead of reverse only, I'd have a truck again.

    I'm working on that issue in another thread thanks!


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