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Old 02-11-11, 06:00 AM
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Originally Posted by electusunus View Post
I'm not even sure a wrench would work. The idea of the tool I believe is to make sure you don't ruin the hub with real tools. Check ebay for a cheap one, otherwise borrow one or go to a shop and ask if you borrow theirs.
A wrench WILL work, but it has to be large and it has to have stiff arms with a sharp-enough edge to not slip off the molded-in indentations on the cap. A BIG adjustable wrench like this is perfect:



Your hand will also work if it's strong enough - just grab and twist counter-clockwise. It's a standard "lefty loosey, righty tighty" thread.
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