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Old 03-08-2011, 07:30 PM   #1
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Default Which Clutch Spring Tool?

Which clutch spring tool are you guys using? I've seen how the the Duratrax and Losi tool works and it looks like its pretty easy to use. I've also seen the SH and Dynamite ones on ebay, but I cant find a video to see if theyre better or not.
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I use the dynamite looking one. Mine is sportwerks but is exactly the same. It is simple and to the point...just push and turn.
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A good flat blade screw driver...

I've always used screw drivers, and never have been able figure out how to use a clutch tool, or the reason one is needed..
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