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Ball Link Pliers A Must Have If You Deal With Ball Links

By Tony, Jan 6, 2018 | |
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    Ball Link Pliers A Must Have If You Deal With Ball Links

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    I don't know how anybody in this hobby could get by without at least one pair of ball link pliers in their toolbox!

    The typical DFC swash balls are notoriously difficult, if not impossible, to get to with standard ball pliers. My solution was to cut down a pair with a Dremel as shown in the attached photo. Works like a charm!

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