Don't need the spring in place. Daze BJ tool presses between upper and
lower BJ studs, I'm assuming? (Like the tool pictured)
If so, clamp it in place with some tension and whack the fat part of the spindle
exactly where the BJ stud is at. BJ nut does not have to be off, just loosened.
Tension from the tool wouldn't be enough about 85% of the time. You need
a well placed hammer-strike. Wear goggles.
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Last edited by GT289; 01-17-2013 at 11:45 AM.