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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-05-2004, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
 
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Switch Bezel Tool

Okay, I'm working on the dash for the CJ7 (also already known as "Precision Guesswork"). I got all the switches out okay, just like when I rebuilt the dash on the CJ5. However, I figure there HAS to be a tool specifically designed to take the front nut and bezels off without damage. I looked in some catalogs, but didn't see what I was after. I can probably fab something up, but was curious if there is a gizmo of this sort out there.

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Re: Switch Bezel Tool

I know Snap-On makes one that fits a ratchet, hollow to fit over the shaft. Try searching for "spanner" wrench.
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Re: Switch Bezel Tool

I got mine at Eastwood.

I'm sure you can find cheaper somewhere, but I got tired of searching.
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