4" floor returns ?

JamesW

TFP Expert
Mar 2, 2011
28,291
The two centered holes are for a tool to grip the disk. Large needle nose pliers will usually work.

Some places sell a tool that has adjustable width pins for such purposes.
 

JamesW

TFP Expert
Mar 2, 2011
28,291
If you can't get it with needle nose pliers, try an Adjustable Pin Spanner Wrench. Make sure that the pins will fit in the holes (pin diameter and spacing width).

Example:

http://www.sears.com/armstrong-adjustable-face-spanner-wrench/p-00999237000P

Make sure that the set screw is not in the third outer hole.

You could even make a tool. For example, you could drill two holes in a 2x4 and stick metal pins in the holes and then use that to unscrew the disk.
 

cnatra

LifeTime Supporter
Feb 2, 2014
187
Houston TX
If you can't get it with needle nose pliers, try an Adjustable Pin Spanner Wrench. Make sure that the pins will fit in the holes (pin diameter and spacing width).

Example:

http://www.sears.com/armstrong-adjustable-face-spanner-wrench/p-00999237000P

Make sure that the set screw is not in the third outer hole.

You could even make a tool. For example, you could drill two holes in a 2x4 and stick metal pins in the holes and then use that to unscrew the disk.


Thanks I found a spanner wrench !! www.harborfreight.com/adjustable-pin-wrench-36554.html

:)
 
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