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Old 01-06-2010, 08:16 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by zenben
I wouldn't risk it. If you've never had them off, then cut them loose and buy two new ones at $30 each.
In a pinch, you can use the old ones you cut loose to install the new ones with either chain grip or channel grip pliers.

If you don't take this advise when removing the left one, then DO consider it on the right. They always seem to seize on the right side for some reason.
If you are exerting what seems like a lot of force to remove the collar, it is probably b/c you are ripping the threads off the cylinder head.

I'll give it a try, keeping in mind DON'T FORCE IT. Either way, I'll need this tool for next year, so I might as well start there.

Originally Posted by Grider Pirate

I bought this one, and it fits my '88 and '95 exhaust nuts fine. It WILL NOT fit the older exhaust nuts with bigger fins. I don't know what the changeover year was, but I know the /5 fins are too big.

I should have noted, it's for my '93 GS.
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