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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-19-2019, 07:20 PM Thread Starter
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Did I fubar my coil

Is my coil unusable
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-19-2019, 10:00 PM
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What did you do? Try to remove it and strip the end with the tool?
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What did you do? Try to remove it and strip the end with the tool?
he removed it with pliers not the $15 tool which prevents damage

still it's fine just harder to remove next time
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Yeah I was going to say it should be fine. Just hard to get out.
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What did you do? Try to remove it and strip the end with the tool?

Yup it ripped it right up. Then I used pliers. The rest came of easy with tool.
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he removed it with pliers not the $15 tool which prevents damage

Wrong 😵 I’ve had that tool in my bag from the first day I bought the bike waiting for that very moment to shine and oh how disappointed I was the one with handle is probably much better
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Wrong 😵 I’ve had that tool in my bag from the first day I bought the bike waiting for that very moment to shine and oh how disappointed I was the one with handle is probably much better
My bad, I’ve only seen the tool with handle. How is it a tool without one??
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My bad, I’ve only seen the tool with handle. How is it a tool without one??
crap you have to stick something in hole and pry up with barely any space. Hard to gain leverage or zip tie and pull with pliers. Thanks for reply tho guys I'm going to put everything back together tonight.
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I have the old one and I used my hands, working it side to side and they came out alright. Maybe I’m remembering with rose colored glasses
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