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Ssssh! Now you tell me. I can make mine better now. I like the open slot at the bottom so you can see the pin coming out. Plus, you can take the tool off easier half way through. On mine I just made a larger hole in the bottom piece to allow the tool to be removed at any point in the process. I hope the push pin on this one is the right size. http://www.amazon.com/E-Z-Red-PPT13-Pin-Remover/dp/B00BI2M7H8/ref=sr_1_29?ie=UTF8&qid=1433591220&sr=8-29&keywords=pin+remover

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I will make you one if you wish when I get back from Yellowstone in July. The one from Amazon is only $15. The only advantage mine might have (don't know the length of the one on Amazon) is overall length. I made it so that the length of threads is barely enough to push out the pin because of the distance between the two knobs. The knobs are positioned such that the pins are in-line making it necessary to put the tool between the two air valve stems.

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