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 Posted: Fri May 1st, 2009 07:05 pm
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FWIW: I've replaced a couple of those and getting the pin out of the mounts can be a booger.

If you take a socket, like a 13mm or 1/2", and push it on to the tapered end of the pin, the socket will depress the little locking tab that is on the taper, at the same time push the pin in. Should be able to grab the head of the pin with your other hand or pliers and pull it on out.

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