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    One handed prop removal

    We came up with this a couple months ago

    Breaker bar under the tire there to hold the driveshaft. The pipe wrench has a 6 foot extension. Push down and it pops right off every time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    hahahahahahahahha...LOL...

    good idea for "on the spot jobs!...

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    There ya go.. Work smarter, not harder...

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    hahaha, hmmm

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    Hey Bill, you could easily put together one of these:
    need a ball mount, steel plate and a vice, walla!
    stick it in the receiver and wham!...
    hahahah, but this would require one hand and one knee...LOL...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    We came up with this a couple months ago

    Breaker bar under the tire there to hold the driveshaft. The pipe wrench has a 6 foot extension. Push down and it pops right off every time.
    Exactly how I do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    Hey Bill, you could easily put together one of these:
    need a ball mount, steel plate and a vice, walla!
    stick it in the receiver and wham!...
    hahahah, but this would require one hand and one knee...LOL...
    Andy did you do that or you have someone else do it? I got a extra ball mount and a vice.

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    simplicity at its finestcn

    I have an impeller tool welded on a receiver hitch. But, Bill, I gotta admit thats as easy as it comes on your setup

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...l+welded+hitch

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