I used to do that. Not again. It always bothered me to put load on the two small tabs in the can. I have never done any damage, but it doesn't seam right.Nemrod wrote:Oh, I see what your doing now, you hold the assembly with that plumbing wrench and the torque the nozzle with an adjustable wrench? I just hold the can assembly with my hands with the assembly setting on my bench top on a rubber mat. That is a nice idea--thanks.
I do have a main body ring wrench, but if I didn't, your idea sound like it would work very well.SDAquamaster wrote:Luis, I used the same wrench (From Ace Hardware for $12.99) to remove the main body rings on my Aqumasters by grinding the last 1/4 of the jaws of the wrench down to a width of about .170" so that they fit into 2 of the opposing slots in the ring. The handle of a cresent wrench between the jaws provides the leverage to loosen them. They are sort of the ultimate in large but cheap do it yourself pin spanners.
I like your additional suggestions for using the wrench.
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