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Old 05-19-2009, 01:14 PM   #16
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Of the two the Losi is better at installing and removing shoes but it does wear out quickly. That being said I think that even worn out the Losi is better at installing and a flat screwdriver works fine for removing the shoes.
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Of the two the Losi is better at installing and removing shoes but it does wear out quickly. That being said I think that even worn out the Losi is better at installing and a flat screwdriver works fine for removing the shoes.
Once you get the hang of the other style it works very quickly for both installation and removal.
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Once you get the hang of the other style it works very quickly for both installation and removal.
I've used both tools and prefer either the Losi or a screwdriver. Come to think of it, I used the screwdriver with both types of tools.
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Cheap and simple but very effective.
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