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I looked at buying a proper tool for pulling out the millions of push tabs on our units, at $50 for a pair of pliers I said F that. Fast forward to later when I was pulling all the paneling and clutch cover off, I was looking for my 1/4in drive ratchet and I stumbled across my old fishing pliers

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These work like a charm popping them damn things out. The little hook on one end with grip on the other, small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. I'll be keeping a set in my belt kit from now on. They're cheap and have a side cutter to them as well for small jobs.

Anyways, thought I'd share for the people who haven't found an easy way to get them out yet.

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This plus one other is what they wanted to sell me for $50
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The fishing pliers I'm using now I found on the river when I was fishing a few years back. I lost the. Last year and since replaced them. Now that I found them again they'll get put to good use

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Other advantage I should point out is that the fishing pliers are considerably smaller for getting into those tighter areas
 

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Find someone who has a Polaris rzr... (no bullspit), bout the only good thing that came out of my rzr 900xp is the pair of pliers I kept... they already have the grove cut into the teeth, and the handle ends are Phillips and flat heat screw drivers!
 
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