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BDFinch wrote:.........Before I attempt to remove this, and possibly mangle it, anyone know if it has a specific purpose? I need to remove it so I can install the substitute drawbar..........
Since he hasn't even attempted to remove it yet I think there are a few easier ways to try before getting the welder and torches out. First would be a big screwdriver. Second would be a drag link socket used on the tie rods.wfmdfm wrote:Welding a nut to it with some heat may get it out.
Scrivet wrote:Second would be a drag link socket used on the tie rods.
what is a drag link socket
Those come in several sizes, and I modified a small one to use in unscrewing one of the check valves in the early style Touch Control block.Harold R wrote:what is a drag link socket
Having worked in a brake/front-end shop when I was younger....I can honestly say I'm familiar with them.
Picture courtesy of NAPA Auto Parts.
Scrivet wrote:Maybe somebody wanted something a little more robust than a cork to keep the dirt out?
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