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    Safe prop removal

    Please take the time to weld the spline tool to your Reese reciever or pay someone $10 to do it. I really don't want to hear another story of how the vise popped off the bench and landed on your wifes hood!
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    Thats Exactly How I've removed mine ! Razzbo made this 5+ years ago and it has been a life saver

    * But yes, good post, no better then to use a 5K lb truck as a place holder !!!

    thanks DUKE !!!!!
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    You can also use a socket in a BF 1/2 breaker bar and do it on the ground. That way you can stand on the whole assembly and it wont bounce on you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    You can also use a socket in a BF 1/2 breaker bar and do it on the ground. That way you can stand on the whole assembly and it wont bounce on you.
    I've done that quite a few times but you wouldn't believe how easy it is to use the truck as a weight. Also I can see a few of the board members sending themselves to the hospital too!




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