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Old 07-30-2010, 12:55 PM   #3
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Get a good glow plug wrench, the one by team losi also has a 17mm wheel nut removing tool on the side. Use the end that goes onto the glow plug to turn the nut tight. Hold onto the flywheel with pliers (c channel with paper towel between the pliers and flywheel to prevent scratching) and then really put some force on it to get it tight. You may even insert a screwdriver into one of the ends of the [T] wrench to get more torque.
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