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Chopper 1 fulcrum pin replacement

how to fix the fulcrum pin on a chopper 1 axe

Needle nose pliers don't have enough torque to bend these cotter pins, but a combination of vise grips and channel locks is just what a Chopper 1 needs to properly replace the fulcrum pin.

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