Well, in Bubba's footsteps, I also performed an act of proving that I am a homo sapiens, not an ape, and am able to make tools. This thing works like a charm!!!Bubba said:Bubba's New-fangled, High-tech, One-handed, Coat Hanger Extractor Extractor Tool
My submission to WECSOG U. Build one yourself!
Way to go Andy....... I bet this thread will save some folks from some serious frustration trying to maintain the extractor assembly over time. Not to mention help those out with the rare broken/malfunctioning extractor. Thanks!AndyC said:Stickied by popular request :beer:
I always throw an old towel over the extractor after getting the tool fitted into it. That way if any springs shoot out the towel catches them.Oedipus said:Agreed....but heed the warnings about keeping pressure...I have yet to find the two extractor springs I ricocheted at supersonic speeds around my garage. :fal:
I guess that's one way. I just locked myself in the bathroom and closed all the drains, lol.fastprofessor said:
I always throw an old towel over the extractor after getting the tool fitted into it. That way if any springs shoot out the towel catches them.