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Old 11-30-2012, 08:07 PM
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Originally Posted by BigFish View Post
I've mentioned it several times. (as have others) The best way I've found to remove those little buggers is with a small sheet metal screw! I clamp it in a small vice grip and give a few turns and pull the sucker out, consistently!
I have the Echo and Stihl tools, but don't use em'.
The tool is a fine left hand thread, is all.
Here's what I use :
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I store the screws and screwdriver in a piece of tubing.

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The business end of the Stihl puller
It ain't rocket science! far.

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