Re: Stuck Kickback Legs
- Hi Jonathan,
Try and make something like an oil filter wrench and twist it out.
Check here if you're not sure what I'm talking about:
- get a leather belt and wrap it around itself on leg so it tightens on itself
- figure out some way to put a loop on the end or use the buckle
- put pry bar through loop and turn/twist leg
- Also, I'd put the remover high up on the leg next to the kick-back so you don't bend the leg.
When/if you get the legs out make sure and put grease on when you reinstall the legs..
> > Any hints on how to get the adjustable legs on the KickBack loose?
> > I made a minor adjustment to my FreeRadical and now need to elongate the
> > length of the KickBack legs.
> > No problem! They're adjustable. Sweet.
> > Actually, major problem: The adjustable legs appear to have frozen
> > themselves into the main KickBack part.
> > Thoughts? Suggestions?
> > ------
> > On a related note, one should probably plug the two holes on the top of the
> > KickBack, which can be seen when the KickBack is in the retracted position.
> > I'm guessing that water and dirt entering these holes haven't helped my
> > situation, even though I run with fenders.
> > -Jonathan
> > Cleveland, OH
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