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    Anybody got a rewind tool i can borrow, im in hartlepool, but willing to travel or pay for recorded post their and back also pay a deposit if required.

    Cheers
    Ash

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    hi mucker now i got the box tool that i used on one side of the brakes but as i made myself a proper tool i used it for the other side i am willing to post the tool to you know probs and it does work you just need to push it hard and turn it with a 3/8th ratchet tool

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    Hi mate, that would be grate mate car currently sat outside on drive as i can get hold of a rewind tool and the long nose pliers dont seem to work. How do you want paying for the postage mate, can also pay a deposit if required untill tool is returned to you.

    Cheers and thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglepva View Post
    Anybody got a rewind tool i can borrow, im in hartlepool, but willing to travel or pay for recorded post their and back also pay a deposit if required.

    Cheers
    Ash
    I did mine today and just used a G clamp

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    dont worry about the deposit mucker i am a trusting guy so if you send me your addy by private message and i will nip to posty to have it weighed and see how much it is, also me and damiens are trying to set up a tool hire by post on the site and has been passed by admin so you could maybe keep it until someone else wants it (aslong as u can keep it to han d)

    this will be for the box tool mucker ok just to let u know and u need a 3/8th ratchet spanner ok, i also got a few tips on best way to use it too i didnt need a g clamp either u just need a bit of elbow grease and push it hard at first whilst turning then it just winds in itself with slight pushing (clockwise)and i will give u my mobile number if you get stuck so i cant say any fairer than that mucker ok
    Last edited by myelite150; 28th February 2010 at 20:11. Reason: just added more info

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    I did with the fronts mate, but the rears need to be wound back in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglepva View Post
    I did with the fronts mate, but the rears need to be wound back in.
    yea i know mate.did my fronts and rears today, as you tighten the clamp on to the piston keep turning and it winds in" SIMPLES"

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    upto you mate, if you want me to keep it untill somebody else needs it thats fine i got a safe garage. Or i can send it back once used. I have ratched spanners etc. Any pictures of the tool so i can get a idea of how to use it.

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    this is how i used the caliper for support by refitting bottom caliper bolt to top carrrier hole
    and just unclipped the hanbrake cable on suspension arm
    i not got a pic mucker and when you get it you can only use it one way and it will only fit on one way too
    a little fiddly but it good tool i ground down the small edges (u will see) and put them in hole so that the other two pins are on the outside of the piston u will get about 3/4 of a turn out of it then you re fit it simple muck .
    search on ebay for it and see one
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    Hi mate did you get a price for the postage of the tool.
    Cheers
    Ash.
    P.s have looked on ebay but cant find the one you refer to.

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