Anyone have/know a shop that has one of these? It's the bit with the 2 'lips' at bottom left.
They presumably aren't in that tight so maybe you could use a pin spanner?
Got one out that way, other won't budge - tried a light few taps with screwdriver/hammer but thats not working either, and reluctant to go at it harder in case I ruin the interface.
Worst case you could make yourself the tool from a thick washer and file it to shape.
Sorry if this is teaching you to suck eggs but your not trying to undonit with the crank bolt backed off into it are you?
Just it’s a scenario I’ve come across before, colleagues etc fetching angle grinders and torches and stuff out to shift self extracters when just screwing the crank bolt back in to the axle a bit has done the job.
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