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Overtightened primary drain plug

Discussion in 'Fluids!!' started by Thisguyisthelimit, Mar 27, 2017.

  1. pknowles

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    If I hadn't done this myself I would have never said easy
     
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    I think its just getting over the initial panic of digging into the work, many I have spoken to are fine with doing the work once they are elbow deep...its just getting to that point..:old2:
     
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    I could have said just pull it across the pit and you have easy access to it also:D Too soon:oldlaugh:
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    Use a torx bit and drive it into the allen head and you should be able to get it out!
     
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