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jklw77

rim fix the easy way

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jklw77

After taking front wheels off my B110 , they where in really bad shape, had to use a heat gun on one side then water to break the seal on rusted dust cap .

after taking tires off , found rims to be all dinged up thru 45 years of use. grabed a 12" crescent wrench and pulled in or out depending on the ding on the edge of the rim and wow what a diffrence. Was going to use a hammer but this is way more precise.There are times when a hammer has its advantage.

Got 2 wheels for rear ,after discovering the factory rim color on inside, I went to local paint store to match paint. with new paint

rims will get new rubber on all corners.American made mud wolfs on rear to take on any challange.

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John_in_Oxford
quote:Originally posted by Willy

The Crescent wrench is A very handy tool, I have even used it on nuts and bolts.8D:D


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Hotwire7434

The hole in the end of the wrench provides an excellent lever for tightening cap screws with a allen head. Be careful can strip the threads or snap a head off. Don't ask why I know.

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