Originally Posted by xDaRReLLx87
have you checked for any burs? Why proper technique of course. Is this on the yolk?
I have a small pair of adjustable pliers with a notch cut into one of the jaws using a Dremel. The toughest part is getting the pin started, but once it's in the hole you can just clamp it down with the pliers and when it comes out the other side of the axle it'll pass into the notch.
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