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    Put in low gear and turn spanner. Be sure to have the right spanner, not a pipe wrench or hammer and chissel like the jackass that worked on a cylinder on my forklift (before I got it)

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    Oh oh. I was hitting it with a hammer and a flat bar. Was doing anything but flaring out one tooth of that flange.

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    See the tooling for sale section, Walter has a thread there, he makes them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMicroscope View Post
    Oh oh. I was hitting it with a hammer and a flat bar. Was doing anything but flaring out one tooth of that flange.
    You need the correct tool, a " C " spanner. And make sure you hit it in the right direction.

    Regards Tyrone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMicroscope View Post
    Oh oh. I was hitting it with a hammer and a flat bar. Was doing anything but flaring out one tooth of that flange.
    What, you don't have a powered demolition hammer?

    They are especially useful when trying to turn threads the wrong way.

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    I read on a thread here that i have to turn the collar away from the operator? So its a left hand thread?
    Also, it was suggested i contact walter from another post.
    Jow do i figure out what spanner size this giant collar is? L0?
    Last edited by MisterMicroscope; 08-06-2018 at 11:19 PM.

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    I have a demolition hammer, but i sure wont use it on a lathe.


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