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post #16 of 19 Old 04-05-2018, 09:26 AM
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+10 on the proper tool. Makes all the difference.


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post #17 of 19 Old 04-05-2018, 09:34 AM
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+10 on the proper tool. Makes all the difference.
I had my professional locksmith do some lock work on my doors.

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Old guys!!

I was just thinking about this thread. It kinda separates the old guys from the young guys, doesn't it? Not 100%, of course, but generally speaking. I was in my 30's before I had a vehicle with power windows. I was dealing with this window crank issue since I was 16 and installed my first car stereo. Back then of course, I didn't have the tool. I had a thin flat screw driver that I had heated the tip and bent into a hook to pull the clip out.

Go old guys!!!


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I was just thinking about this thread. It kinda separates the old guys from the young guys, doesn't it? Not 100%, of course, but generally speaking. I was in my 30's before I had a vehicle with power windows. I was dealing with this window crank issue since I was 16 and installed my first car stereo. Back then of course, I didn't have the tool. I had a thin flat screw driver that I had heated the tip and bent into a hook to pull the clip out.

Go old guys!!!

Groucho Marx said, “You are only as young as the woman you feel!”.

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