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Old 04-02-2016, 11:45 PM
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here are a couple of tools I have had in the box awhile now. we don't get them out vary often but today was the day. so any one know what these are for?
I'll give you a hint they both are uses with the hammer and they were both used to put this glass in the Eureka
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the long chisel pointed tool is used to remove the old cork or rubber packing that is used to grip the glass to the riser. the crooked flat tool with all the notches is used for both removing the riser from the bottom of the glass and replacing it. once you get around pounding on a piece of glass you can do it.
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