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#37: 12-24-2012, 01:39 PM
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Originally Posted by ViscousSquirrel View Post
Grab them with some pliers and twist them a bit. then jam a flathead underneath and twist. odds are they are old and hard and going to split anyway.
Doing mine right now and found that heating the hoses up with with a hair dryer to soften them up a little and makes it easier to get them off without damaging the ends of the hoses.

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