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Old 07-17-2012, 06:01 PM   #5
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Thanks, I will try the dremel tool. Unfortunately the sir tool became inoperable before the bearing pressed out. The thrust bearing on the tool shattered in about a hundred pieces when pressure was put on it. I called the manufacturer and was told they had experienced this problem before and unfortunately they do not have any more bearings to replace it with. Maybe in a couple of weeks. So i guess i have a $300 tool that is useless and a car that will be tying up my lift indefinitely. Very disappointed in the tool and in pelican. I called them and was told that before anything could be done about the tool the salesman that I dealt with would have to call me back and make sure I had used the tool properly. which I did according to their tech instructions. I guess he has been too busy to call me back.
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