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    SC homemade tool

    What size wrench do you grind down to take off the nut on the SC to change the washers? I saw it somewhere but now that I need to make one I can't find it.


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    1 inch wrench

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    TY

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    I used a 24mm wrench and grinded it down thin enough. Found it fit perfect. I have the SC tool iteself but found after a few uses it just bends too easily now, to the point where I cannot use it. I was in a jam and needed something immediately. Used a digital micrometer to measure the SC retaining washer and then went searching through the tool box. 1 inch was a little too big and 24mm was a snug fit.

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    believe it or not the 4-tecperformance hardened tools are almost ready

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    believe it or not the 4-tecperformance hardened tools are almost ready
    I had a feeling you would have something in the works, relating to this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    believe it or not the 4-tecperformance hardened tools are almost ready
    hmm....your toying with me......in that case can you throw one back on my order if they're around when the green wheels are in?

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    my 1 incher really satisfies...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP Steve View Post
    my 1 incher really satisfies...

    That's sort of sad don't you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff C View Post
    That's sort of sad don't you think?
    I have done S/C's four times so far with this wrench, whats so sad about it? huh? WTF you talkin bout?! huh?

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