Tool to remove ralley gas cap???

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  1. MrJLR

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    Anyone know where I can get the tool to remove the ralley gas cap?

    1968 Plymouth Barracuda

    I thought it would be a regular old Phillips hear screw, but there are 3 fasteners and they have 3 little indentations like for a special tool to remove them.....

    99.9% ready to send to paint and I can't get the gas cap off....LOL

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    Jeff
     
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    • A56

      A56 MoPar Affliction

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      Theft proof screws
      ebay has the tool for about $25.00
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      • d1970

        d1970 TODAY IS A GOOD DAY TO HAVE A GOOD DAY

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        • MrJLR

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          Thanks guys!
          Tool and new screws ordered!!!!!!
          Freakin LOVE this site!

          Jeff
           
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          • LJ67barracuda340

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            I just grab the screws at other end inside trunk with pliers and back them out a few turns. Then I can grab the screw head with pliers.
             
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            • MrJLR

              MrJLR Built, not bought FABO Gold Member

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              I tried that. ...wouldn't budge and hard to grip...

              Jeff
               
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              Factory option on some years, those screws.
               
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              • George Jets

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                Say Jeff, @MrJLR weren''t you the one asking about video editing software a while back?

                Here is a free Open Source Video Editing Software called "OpenShot" for all platforms. Works on Windows 10 64bit, think the same download works on Windows 7 64 bit also. They even have a Linux version that I have tried, but the Windows version just seems to be geared better for working and processing the videos and the control panel works better in Windows version too.

                Here is a great How To Video for you to take a look at for how it works. This Kevin guy is really smart about this stuff and explains it very well so you can follow along.

                here is the how to link:


                A need came up for me to step up my video editing skills and this OpenShot editor was a huge improvement for me.


                Here is 1 min video I made up with the OpenShot editor on a Windows 10 laptop 64bit.
                Some mopar clips to use to work on the editing skills:

                https://youtu.be/O1Dx_w19lc4

                Good Luck.
                 
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