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Thanks brother Durham! I've got to keep a better eye on these blog posts, lol. I almost missed this one.

 

Btw, I think it takes a 7/16" wrench or socket to get the counterweight off and it is nice and easy with the ratcheting wrenches.

 

Having the access with the counterweight off makes everything easier - especially getting the boot on the tub. There's SOOOOO much more room!

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Do I get instant Fellow status for sharing my new method? lol

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Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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Do I get instant Fellow status for sharing my new method? lol

 

You bet!  Just 700+ more illuminating and instructive posts to go! 

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Smashycomman

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People are always making this look so easy.... showoffs. :D

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there's always more then one good way to skin a cat, i use 4 A clamps and leave the counterweight in place I find  it saves time.

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