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Old July 21st, 2007, 04:30   #2
gearjam
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Join Date: Dec 2005
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Take a drift or large punch and hammer on the heads.Sometimes the shock is enough to get them to turn. After hammering them the allen drive {you are using an allen socket and not an allen wrentch aren't you] won't fit into the hole so you have to pound it in and hopefully it will turn then. I have also used a chisel to turn the allens when stripped or just drill the heads off with a 5/16 drill.Once the heads are gone pull the sprocket off and then you have enough to get a hold of to turn it out.
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