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Old 04-17-2012, 11:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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pierce pin tool

well, I have a project that requires one. The problem is, I have never seen one. I got a CCI bucket changer that needed a new seal on this site, it arrived with the pierce just floating in the changer, only about a full thread in. That sure made it easy to swap out the seal, but I am going to have to get that pierce back in somehow. Where do I find such a tool?

Secondly, is there some tricks to the trade in choosing sealant? are there some other things to be looking out for? thanks in advance.
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Old 04-17-2012, 11:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Use a large, flathead screwdriver.

And sealant for what? It depends on the application.
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Use a large, flathead screwdriver.
Thanks I'll try that.

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And sealant for what? It depends on the application.
on the threads of the pierce feeding into the housing of the changer.
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It should come with an o-ring and that should be all that it needs to seal.
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Use a large, flathead screwdriver.

And sealant for what? It depends on the application.
Won't the screwdriver damage the pierce pin itself?
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No. The pierce pin is ground at an angle so there is just enough clearance to use a screwdriver.
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