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Old 01-07-2009
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thats a spreader...wrong tool for the right job

you would need a hydraulic cutter

Yea I wasnt positive if that was the right one. Those jaws dont look to sharp, but wasnt sure so I just picked it... The main reason was just because its big as hell.

Looks like mike beat me there though. lol
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Yea I wasnt positive if that was the right one. Those jaws dont look to sharp, but wasnt sure so I just picked it... The main reason was just because its big as hell.

Looks like mike beat me there though. lol

Haha it's all good man, just having a little fun on the internet.
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Hack saw.
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Hack saw.
Tried that fist, got me nowhere fast. I guess I got a quality pin.
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I've had 4 of those to take off for people who lost their keys.
A 24 oz ballpeen hammer and a long , sharp cold chisel taken to the lock itself ,about 5-6 good swings , they pop right apart.
Hit it from the front , not the side.
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by now you could of had the hitch taken off and put back on....
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A lil bit of this would work

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by now you could of had the hitch taken off and put back on....
-26 celcius right now, so no, that is not going to happen just yet.

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A 24 oz ballpeen hammer and a long , sharp cold chisel taken to the lock itself ,about 5-6 good swings , they pop right apart.
Hit it from the front , not the side.
Sounds like the best option to try so far, although the binford looks mean.
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