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Old 11-08-20, 06:46 AM
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aggiegrads
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I prefer the bench vise method. Put the tool in the vise, insert the wheel (and add a loose skewer if QR) and turn the wheel like you’re making a hard left in a school bus.

If you do have a skewer that you can add, make sure that it is not tight, because as soon as the lock ring starts to turn, the skewer will bind if the lock ring. The skewer is there only to prevent the lock ring from slipping off of the tool.
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