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Old 12-19-2006, 03:07 PM   #1
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What the ? cant get fork springs off......

try'n to put plus 1 forks on the phiddy.. whats the trick to getting the springs off of the little metal pieces that hole em on?
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Old 12-19-2006, 03:19 PM   #2
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Twist (turn) them - one way will make them get tighter, the other way should help relieve the grip they have one the insert. You'll have to pull as you turn - remember one way(twisting) will not work, the other should. Good Luck.
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Hahaha.....yup...did exactly that......that, and a little afro-engineering.....
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I just beasted them off with a screw driver and hammer....
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Twist (turn) them - one way will make them get tighter, the other way should help relieve the grip they have one the insert. You'll have to pull as you turn - remember one way(twisting) will not work, the other should. Good Luck.
yeah, hes pretty fresh on the spring job, he should know how.
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