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Old October 14th, 2012, 12:18   #5
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I don't know if the other parts hold that pin in tension but with the extras off you can get a block of wood under the opposite side of where you are hammering. Make sure you use a punch that isn't tapered and is the right size. Make sure you're not using a tiny hammer either, you want something like a heavy mallet to get things moving.

Some people drill a hole in the wood to catch the pin. If it's soft wood though I just let the pin go into the wood and back it out after.
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