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My son cant seem to get the bolt or pin out that holds the pads in place. It threads out 1/4 inch and acts like it is stripped. Its loose but wont come out. Any ideas ?
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There is a small hitch pin on the inside lip of the bolt that must be removed (needlenose pliers) before removing the bolt/pin that retains the pads. Once that is removed the bolt should thread out about 1/2" and can then be removed.
Bolt will need to be threaded back in to remove the small hitch pin...if that makes sense?
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