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Old 02-26-2003, 03:41 PM
chicago124
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Hi,

The tool from MB is rather cheap ($10 to $15) compared to scratching your cluster or worse.

The job is a lot easier with the tool since the cluster probably has never been removed.

Tried it without the tool, now, I have it and it works great.

The place to pull from is the lower sides of the cluster. The tool are two t-handles with a metal rod -- bent at the end at right angles. The angled portion hooks behind the side of the cluster and allows you to pull the cluster out.

Good luck.

chicago124
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