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Old 10-26-2010, 04:13 PM   #1
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What is the recommended way to remove the pins holding the hex adapters and the dog bones? There are 4 for the tires and 2 for the dog bones, front and rear respectively. Thanks.
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in the middle of the wheel hex's there is a hole where a hex driver goes.There is a small set screw in the hole,you have to loosen it up and then take the wheel off and push the pin.On the axles there is a small setscrew in one side of the cvd,you will have to loosen up the setscrew and then push the pin out of that also.
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Awesome. Thanks for the quick reply!
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