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    Cool Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    1) M3/KL2 Tool. Same as the original run seen here
    $14 shipped US
    I'll take 2. PP sent.

    I'm still hoping to get my hands on some KT4/M6 tools. If anyone has one or more they are willing to part with plz PM me.
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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Is the M3 tool you sell the right one for a Surefire M962? John
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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Quote Originally Posted by m4a1usr View Post
    Is the M3 tool you sell the right one for a Surefire M962? John
    I can't say for sure... Looks like the head is similar to the M3?
    Anyone??

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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Yes, it should fit the M962 head as the 9 volt weaponlights have the standard M series shock isolated head (except for the ones that have the KT4 turbohead).
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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    So send you $14 via PP to the addy on the opening page? John

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    Quote Originally Posted by m4a1usr View Post
    So send you $14 via PP to the addy on the opening page? John
    Yes... That will do it.

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    $14 sent via paypal. Please use the address provided on the invoice. Thanks, John

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM View Post
    Yes... That will do it.

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    Havent heard but can you tell me if this has shipped? LF D36 on its way. Thanks, John

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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    I received them yesterday, they look great, thanks. Looking forward to a new run of the M6 tools someday!
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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Quote Originally Posted by m4a1usr View Post
    Havent heard but can you tell me if this has shipped? LF D36 on its way. Thanks, John
    The holiday weekend got too busy... It was shipped today.

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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Got mine over the weekend. Looks great! Thanks. John

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    Hello, I am wondering if you still have any of the M3 bezel removal tools left for sale? and if you have any bead blasted, smooth or machined replacements, i may be interested in one of those as well.

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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Quote Originally Posted by pete3 View Post
    Hello, I am wondering if you still have any of the M3 bezel removal tools left for sale? and if you have any bead blasted, smooth or machined replacements, i may be interested in one of those as well.
    There are plenty of M3 tools in stock...

    Here is a link to the titanium M3 bezels for sale... here

    I also will have some aluminum versions asap.

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    do you expect the aluminum to be in the same price range as the Ti?

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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Quote Originally Posted by pete3 View Post
    do you expect the aluminum to be in the same price range as the Ti?

    No... definitely cheaper, like half

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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Subscribed, awaiting notice of "M6 tools in stock". Will purchase at least one, possibly two, when they are made available again.

    Will add one M3 tool to that order, but the M6 tool is the priority.

    Thanks.

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    Hi, do you still have any of the M3 bezel removal tools left for sale?

    Thanks,

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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Quote Originally Posted by mic.davide View Post
    Hi, do you still have any of the M3 bezel removal tools left for sale?

    Thanks,

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    Yes, plenty in stock.

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    Ok, pp sent for one M3 removal tool.

    Thanks!

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    I just realize the current run of titanium M3 rings have NO drive notches, so what's the use of the bezel removal tool anyway?

    Also, why is it that the bezel ring removal tool is designed for use with an adjustable wrench, but not a ratchet wrench (say, 3/8" type)?

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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Quote Originally Posted by yazkaz View Post
    I just realize the current run of titanium M3 rings have NO drive notches, so what's the use of the bezel removal tool anyway?
    To remove the stock ring.

    Quote Originally Posted by yazkaz View Post
    Also, why is it that the bezel ring removal tool is designed for use with an adjustable wrench, but not a ratchet wrench (say, 3/8" type)?
    That would require machining a square in the middle of the hex. Why add cost to something that will get so little use?
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    money sent for M3 tool!
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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Quote Originally Posted by tobrien View Post
    money sent for M3 tool!
    Thanks... mailed it out today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPM View Post
    Thanks... mailed it out today.

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    ratchety. thank you! do I need to take any special precautions to not potentially scratch my M3's bezel?
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    RPM do you have any tips? I'm trying to remove my M3 bezel ring and it's being incredibly stubborn and hasn't budged. the stock ring is all scratched up now anyways, so I'll install one of your Ti mods in its place at some point. What should I do?
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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Boil, boil, boil.

    After boiling, I quickly clamped the hex of the bezel in a vise with soft jaws and a very thin rag. Dropped the tool into the notches and it spun right off with a wrench. I probably boiled all of mine for about 10 min.
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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Quote Originally Posted by mckeand13 View Post
    Boil, boil, boil.

    After boiling, I quickly clamped the hex of the bezel in a vise with soft jaws and a very thin rag. Dropped the tool into the notches and it spun right off with a wrench. I probably boiled all of mine for about 10 min.
    Heat is the trick... I use a heat gun.. like an industrial blow dryer, but boiling has worked for others also.
    You have to use some heat to loosen up the thread locking material used by SF.
    If you just can't seem to make it work, I'll do it for you, no charge.

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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Quote Originally Posted by RPM View Post
    Heat is the trick... I use a heat gun.. like an industrial blow dryer, but boiling has worked for others also.
    You have to use some heat to loosen up the thread locking material used by SF.
    If you just can't seem to make it work, I'll do it for you, no charge.

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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    I usually just boil a glass of water in my microwave and put a leather glove on then dip the end of the part in it for a few seconds. If the part (a Z44 bezel for example) doesn't contain a reflector I just drop it in the hot water for about 30 seconds. Be careful though, the water can flash boil if you drop the part in really fast.
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    Default Re: FS: Bezel removal tools for M3 and M6

    Quote Originally Posted by ampdude View Post
    I usually just boil a glass of water in my microwave and put a leather glove on then dip the end of the part in it for a few seconds. If the part (a Z44 bezel for example) doesn't contain a reflector I just drop it in the hot water for about 30 seconds. Be careful though, the water can flash boil if you drop the part in really fast.
    thanks bud!

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