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No factory tools came with my E3. I wanted to adjust the valves and started to figure out how to make the little tool to do it when Bert posted that he had a bunch made exactly like the original. I bought one and it arrived today. Shipping was $4 so Bert is making a lousy $7 on a sale. He had to have "a bucket full" made in order to get the supplier to tool up for it.

I really admire folks in the hobby like Bert that will go out on a limb to make quality reproductions of the parts we need. It is a real crap shoot for them to even recoup their investment for their efforts. Thanks, Bert!
 

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No factory tools came with my E3. I wanted to adjust the valves and started to figure out how to make the little tool to do it when Bert posted that he had a bunch made exactly like the original. I bought one and it arrived today. Shipping was $4 so Bert is making a lousy $7 on a sale. He had to have "a bucket full" made in order to get the supplier to tool up for it.

I really admire folks in the hobby like Bert that will go out on a limb to make quality reproductions of the parts we need. It is a real crap shoot for them to even recoup their investment for their efforts. Thanks, Bert!
I got one also!!!
Very awesome!
Thanks too Bert!!!!
 

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Thanks Bert!!!
 

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No factory tools came with my E3. I wanted to adjust the valves and started to figure out how to make the little tool to do it when Bert posted that he had a bunch made exactly like the original. I bought one and it arrived today. Shipping was $4 so Bert is making a lousy $7 on a sale. He had to have "a bucket full" made in order to get the supplier to tool up for it.

I really admire folks in the hobby like Bert that will go out on a limb to make quality reproductions of the parts we need. It is a real crap shoot for them to even recoup their investment for their efforts. Thanks, Bert!
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It was a kick in the nuts from the post office!! Usually they charged me a buck fifty. I must have got the wrong clerk this time, but not to worry my price holds firm for ever. Thanks for the kudos!!
 
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