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Old 04-04-20, 05:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Mad Honk View Post
Merziac,
I sure hope that is an Italian cup you are prying on! yikes! Smiles, MH
That pic was just a setup pic, aside from that it doesn't matter one wit, if by chance you are going the wrong way it simply cracks loose then you reverse direction and spin it right off, easy, peasy.

I have done this on purpose several times on stubborn ones just to crack them loose. Some of them will actually crack loose easier when going the wrong way to start with.

Like I said, this method never fails or hurts anything, ever.
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