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Old 11-19-2004, 06:22 AM   #1
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Old 11-19-2004, 08:55 AM   #2
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I use a small slotted driver placed on the two ends of the `E`and,by applying a little presure, lift enough to remove with my trusty finger nail.

Sometimes I like to spend my quality time hunting for e-clips on my lounge carpet - sharpens the vision no-end !!!

Small e-clips sometimes loosen after being removed more than once.Gently close them with pliers and they are fine.
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Or you can use an E-clip remover tool. Do it the right way without damaging anything.

Here's the link e-clip remover/installer tool
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in the middle of the e clip theres a space

use a slotted screwdriver, put it where the space is twist the screwdriver and it will pop out with ease NO FORCE NEEDED should just pop right out
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redsand, those tools are great but are way too big for our little e-clips.

greddy, that works great and is the way I have done it for years. The only ones that doesn't work on is the 2mm e-clips you see on shock shafts which can be a royal PITA. For that, Tamiya makes a sweet 2mm and 4mm tool for e-clips. You can see a pic and the part numbers here http://www.rccaraction.com/RC/articl...ool_guide3.asp
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