|09-06-2011, 06:28 AM||#19|
Even my posing is virtual
Joined: Feb 2003
Location: Deepest darkest burbs of Montreal
Cut a slot in it with a dremel and use a thick washer clamped in a wrench as a screwdriver blade. Flatten one of the sides of the washer to get more contact and make sure the fit is tight. I have the 10mm replacement sitting in my toolbox so I'm hoping I can get the 24 out....
04 Toyota Sienna, new wipers for 2011!!
Electricity (120 AC), Indoor Plumbing, new kitchen tap for 2010!!!
Color tube TV, Microwave Oven (yes she rotates!),Washer & Dryer,Paved Driveway,
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