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Re: Wheel Spinner Removal Tool [Re: RobCol] #594861
13/09/19 09:18 AM
13/09/19 09:18 AM
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Craig Jezz Offline OP
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Craig Jezz  Offline OP
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Originally Posted by RobCol
Impressive tool Craig!......and the best part is that its cost you nothing and you have had the satisfaction of making it to your own spec!


Thanks Rob, and thanks for sending me the template from the MG tool

I’ve made mine slightly longer (600mm) so I can undo and tighten the spinners by hand without the need to club them with hammers!


Craig Jezz

Morgan 4/4 Sports Sand (Williams & Wolf Tuned)
Re: Wheel Spinner Removal Tool [Re: Craig Jezz] #594863
13/09/19 09:51 AM
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I have recently bought the plywood tool and quite like it, bit I think I'll reinforce it to save it from the hammer blows.

Otherwise, I've been using a leather/copper Thor hammer (and have a lead one too). I've taken to using a scrap of wood between the hammer and spinner to protect the spinner.


JCK
1960 Plus 4 Roadster
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