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Topic # 90254 17-Sep-2011 14:22 Send private message

Hi folks,

This bolt is holding a cargo barrier in my van, which I would like to remove. What kind of tool do I need for this and where can I get one?

http://yfrog.com/nlimg20110917133157j

Cheers,
Dany. 




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  Reply # 522329 17-Sep-2011 14:26 Send private message

Secure Torx... cant tell size tho

Repco... my house.. lol

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  Reply # 522330 17-Sep-2011 14:28 Send private message

blakamin: Secure Torx... cant tell size tho

Repco... my house.. lol


Awesome! Thanks for that!

You don't live in Canterbury by any chance, do ya? Wink 




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  Reply # 522332 17-Sep-2011 14:29 Send private message

Kapiti, sorry! Laughing

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  Reply # 522334 17-Sep-2011 14:42 Send private message

If youve got a dremel or even a small hacksaw, you could cut a slot in the bolt face and use a flat bladed driver to unscrew it

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