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Hi guys, iv come across a really good door for next to nothing. Dumb ass question but can anyone give me a link to tool I need to remove pins? Iv searched through forum but links you’ve given on past posts are now obsolete. Thanks, sorry for boring post 😂

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Yes they work well.the standard rods that screw in are long lasting too. Only thing you may need is to extend the bar I found. Old pins can be realy tight and need a good clout. A longer bar can be held better and less chance of hitting the paintwork on the door or door pillar.

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I bought one too, even though I shouldn’t need it for a while touch wood...

Its a tool that I didn’t have and as we all know, you can never have too many tools lol

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Anyone know the size of the rod for the manta door pins? Managed to break mine and forgot to check. Cheaper buying separate rods than a new tool I already have just for one rod. 

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Hi just checked my set and I used the biggest one which was the 5.5mm

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flexi slide hammer, those who have them know

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You think you have got all the tools you need then someone comes along with an idea that sounds v good !. 

Flexi slide hammer ! Hmm that sounds like a great idea.

to be honest ,slide hammers are useful anyway but a flexible shaft version sounds even better. Onto google images for some ideas then out to the garage me thinks. No rest for the wicked ! 

Cheers mr c

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It was the official GM for removing the pins.Done a Group buy a few years back.

 

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