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WTB 1100 stock bolt socket, PROBLEM SOLVED !!

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by EuroJoe, Sep 15, 2012.

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    Anyone have one of these they're not using. I bought an 11-87 duck gun and I'm trying to remove the stock. Looks like it got wet and rusted.
     
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    They have some that will work just fine at Harbor Freight for about $10.00 for a set of 3


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    Thanks, Jim! Do you know what they are called?
     
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    They are like 3/8" drive socket with a screw driver end. I used the old style pipe socket for years but the ones at Harbor Freight snap on to an extention and work great.

    Wish I knew what they called them but I threw away the packing.


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    Try searching for drag link sockets. Alan
     
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    An 11/16" socket with piece of old file ground to fit down into the socket works well and cost nothing if you have an old file and a bench grinder.

    Michael
     
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    Thanks, Mike! I'll try that. The socket is required to keep the bit from sliding off.
     
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    Thanks, Guys! You're geniuses! Bought the blade set from Harbor freight, used the smallest one, thru the middle of the half inch drive socket, the 11/16 socket kept the blade in the slot, and loosened right up!!!!
     
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