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Old 11-05-2008, 03:47 PM   #16
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Chamfering the edge of the ball-cup hole sounds like a great idea. Most of the difficulty is getting the turnbuckle to start threading into it...

As for the Tamiya wrench/tool people described above, it actually attaches over the ball cup and not the turnbuckle. Much the way the drill is being used a few posts above. This allows you spin the ball-end with a niced knurled handle instead of trying to pinch as hard as you can with your fingers.

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