Originally Posted by Jerry Bransford
I used a standard Craftsman open-end wrench and I did no cutting.
i did the same thing, just twist and turn the wrench and it'll fit, but it takes patience. there is no need to cut anything.
my nut got real loose once and that made it a real pain to get to. so if you switch from the flag nut do it right, use loctite. that rhymed.
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