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Old 09-04-2009
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same side I did.....side that has the bolt that holds the crosspin in place.


I forgot to mention you need to file or sand the sharp edges of your grinds.
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well i got it out..i ended up using a cone shape stone on my die grinder...i ground the side that doesnt have the retaining bolt cause thats the side thats mauled and i didnt want to try and jam the mauled end through the hole carrier. so i just pulled it out after i ground it....now i just need to buy another one.
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