Paint Saver removal Tool

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  1. Ridgeback9040

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    I got the paint saver ring from Mr Wright and getting ready to do the job , missing only the removal tool , read forum has 1 running around ...
    Can someone let me know if you have 1 available?

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. knothead

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    Thank you , I was hoping to borrow one from someone that’s not using it , I guess I will have to buy one as well ....
     
  4. Unsprung

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    Give it a chance to see if someone comes along and reads this who has one. Most of these guys are a good bunch and won’t mind helping you out.
     
  5. francoblay1

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    :agree: A few years back I got one sent from the US to Spain!!! :old2:

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    Thank you guys !!
    Hopefully someone has one ...
     
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    You can use a big bolt that threads in the hole and put a nut on and lock it down and put a 3/4 Ratchet on the bolt head and twist it out.
     
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    I will have to use the same ring and cap , won’t that damage it or it would twist out easily with some torque ??
     
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    Worse come to worst I just buy the right tool ... and then I would send it to whoever needs it
     
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    I believe I have it... just made a few moves and finally settling in, but lemme check
     
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    That would be great ! Just let me know
     
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    I tried the tool could not get it out on mine. I forgot to say use a washer and tape it up after you put the nut on the bolt then thread it in the bung and lock the nut down and then i use a 3/4 inch ratchet with the correct size socket to fit the bolt. Mine came out really easy.
     
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  13. pknowles

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    There was one guy on here that tried beating his out with a hammer and a chisel.
    Dont think it ended well:oldhardlaugh:
     
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