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Been using an angled flat head screwdriver, however, I found this beauty at Harbor Freight. This tool is 50x faster and you don't chew up your plastic pins. Plastic Puller.JPG
 

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Here's mine, Proto makes it. 2834fcmp




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Nice, they had one similar to this one, but I figured the longer teeth at the end would be a little better. I may go pick up one like this to try it out.
 

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I keep the Harbor Freight tool in my tool pouch.....never know when you need to pull the plastics off...
 
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I keep the Harbor Freight tool in my tool pouch.....never know when you need to pull the plastics off...
I keep the Proto in my bag also. Never know when you might need it.


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I found an old pair of these lying around, ironically just as I needed such a tool. Works like a charm and can be used for other things as well

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Thinking of buying a second pair, heating and bending into 90* for the hard to reach ones
 
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