Topic: Re: M670 super followed me home
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Yep - I've just taken a keyhole hacksaw and carefully cut most of the way through the rim of the plug left in the head, then take a sharp punch and "grab" one end of the rim right where you hacksawed it and it will "peel" out of the head without even hurting the threads in the head.
Depending on the type of plug, you may have drill or use a punch and carefully knock out the center, if its left in there, but the principle is the same.
I then stuck a small flexible hose taped into a vacuum cleaner hose into the cylinder to help suck out any of the metal chips. Not sure that helped a tremendous amount, but between that and squirting some oil into the cylinder before putting a new plug in, it made me feel better, anyway. And it worked fine...
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