67 CT-2 Cycle truck

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Rusty Klunker

Finally riding a big boys bike
Thats been a thought too. Havent seen metal blades for one. There isnt much metal left now as its tapped to 3/8 - 16.
 

Rusty Klunker

Finally riding a big boys bike
This had really slowed things down. The tool was made from just scrap on the job and a top tube from a trash picked bike. I've pulled many of stuck schwinn seat posts with it.

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Rusty Klunker

Finally riding a big boys bike
At one point I thought it was working. I'm cranking on the wrench and its turning, thought finally. But no, I was just crushing and bending the tool. Then switched to a piece of 1" ridgid conduit, pulled the threads out of nuts, stretched and broke a few pieces of all thread. This had always worked perfectly before but not on this one.

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Rusty Klunker

Finally riding a big boys bike
The bike was upside down for a few weeks filled with PB blaster so nothing else was getting done to it. Any time I was near it I would give the wrench a 1/2 turn it just wasn't letting go. Tried heat on the seat mast, nothing! I was about to cut the tube down and cut notches in it pull it out in pieces. But one last try for the tool. I ordered fine thread grade 8 all thread from McMaster Carr, a rod coupling for in the tube and a larger hex rod coupling for the top. The 9/16 nuts were mushrooming into the square washers, just drag and cutting up the threads. Finally that worked but it had been soaking for weeks.
 
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