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ET4
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Every video I watch they just put it off. I've been yanking. Applying heat. Fluid film. Trying to pry with screw driver. Not luck!!
Is there any tricks?
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Molto Verboso
'07 GTS250, '07 LX150, '81 P200E, '78 P200E, '64 V90 and 3 Ciaos
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Molto Verboso
'07 GTS250, '07 LX150, '81 P200E, '78 P200E, '64 V90 and 3 Ciaos
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I generally try twisting the sleeve with a strap wrench. It should turn with a bit of effort (dessicated grease acting like a glue). Once it's free, you can twist it off by hand.
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Weird 80's Vespas & Cool Vintage Lambrettas
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I use a very thin screwdriver to ease it up, slowly working all the way around until I can get a bigger flat head in there and pry it up and get a good grip on it.
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