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    Well it wasn't brown Santa but white Santa 20200213_162335.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Every step of this process adds more tools, more parts. Then move onto the next step and repeat.


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    What did Brown Santa show up with today..

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    Gonna try your hand at splicing? I've watched how to do it and it's pretty cool how it;s done.


    Got my Coilover adjustment tool in today.



    Attachment 341406
    From what Iíve seen itís ridiculously easy with the fast-fid. With any luck it will be to fix someone elseís winch line not mine. You know if you have it, you will not need to use it. You forget it and itís the only thing you will need.

    Nice.... thatís a good tool to have in the bag!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rst8rox View Post
    From what Iíve seen itís ridiculously easy with the fast-fid. With any luck it will be to fix someone elseís winch line not mine. You know if you have it, you will not need to use it. You forget it and itís the only thing you will need.

    Nice.... thatís a good tool to have in the bag!

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    You can get it done with a stick in pinch, but obviously the kits easier

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    Get a spammer wrench over that tool. That will take forever.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Get a spammer wrench over that tool. That will take forever.


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    Like the Fox or Eibach ones? I looked at those too but wasn't sure if the pin would fit into the holes in the adjusting nut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Like the Fox or Eibach ones? I looked at those too but wasn't sure if the pin would fit into the holes in the adjusting nut.
    I just bought one on amazon. They are way easier to turn than what you bought. The one you have is good for the bench. Not so great on the Jeep. Itíll work, just not as easy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    I just bought one on amazon. They are way easier to turn than what you bought. The one you have is good for the bench. Not so great on the Jeep. Itíll work, just not as easy.


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    Makes sense - thanks for the tip
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Get a spammer wrench over that tool. That will take forever.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Like the Fox or Eibach ones? I looked at those too but wasn't sure if the pin would fit into the holes in the adjusting nut.
    Back in the day, we had several dozen spanners on each of my technician's benches to fit the various radius's of scuba equipment in order to open them up (and dissuade the public from working on their own life support gear)...often times it got ridiculous to constantly order new specialty spanners for every new piece of equipment that hit the market...so we starting building our own, using either aluminum stock and drilling holes to drive steel pins into, or making hinged spanners that were articulated to fit several different sized radius's...something to consider.

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    The last box of the lift just showed up 20200214_133939.jpg

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