Help removing window glass hardware

spinedoc

Veteran Member
Jan 19, 2001
258
Erie, PA USA
I am having difficulty removing these rollers. There is no nut to grab. I tried using a pair of pliers like a spanner in the slots, but no luck. Also tried a pair of vise grips on the shaft. Any ideas? Thanks.


IMG_5684.jpg
IMG_5686.jpg
 

70-camaro

Veteran Member
Mar 25, 2010
4,542
marietta ohio
99597EC6-F701-4424-974C-3CF3B71FC82F.jpeg
311395A6-5A05-44C3-9AA7-B2F0436B8135.jpeg



I made mine out of a piece of round bar, roll pins and drilled and tapped the center for a bolt and tacked the bottom so it wouldn’t come loose.
 

COPO

Veteran Member
Lifetime Gold Member
Sep 15, 1999
21,710
Ontario, Canada
I used needle nose pliers. I’m sure a 2 legged adjustable watch back case removal tool would work. Less than 1.5” max opening.
DCB9B386-1286-45BE-964A-0C8EED5EE1B1.jpeg

152AB7BE-15D8-41F3-B6B4-69ED8035FC52.jpeg
 
Last edited:

Pierre74LT

Member
Dec 28, 2012
41
Qc
this is the real tool but I think that a tool for retracting brake piston can work because I used this tool for brake piston
 

Attachments

  • DSCN0835.JPG
    DSCN0835.JPG
    33 KB · Views: 52




Latest posts

Top