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Yeh getting them out was a real pain in the ass. Had to drill and tap a hole in the end a a long 1/2" rod then screw a washer slightly bigger in diameter onto the end. Then slide it down the inside of the broken t-bars, catch the end of the broken t-bar with the lip of the washer, and pull the broken bar out. It took many tries, gaining about a 1/16 of an inch each time before the washer edge slipped off the end of the t-bar.
Guess I'll be getting new t-bars for Christmas!
Mark
Old 12-19-2009, 09:26 AM
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