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Clip removal tool #5377908 03/16/20 02:29 PM
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Hello,

I have a clip removal tool that is basically a screw driver with the end split. I have seen the pliers type and think that would be nice to add to my tool box and work better. What should I get? Thanks.

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I've got multiple ones but my go to is a red handled Lisle that I picked up from an O'Reilly auto parts.

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That depends on the specific clips you need to remove. Since there is no one tool that is the best at everything, start out with the type optimal for the clips you encounter most, then add other types as needed, lather rinse repeat.

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I have Wurth body clip pliers, best thing ever for body clips.

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Thanks! I will see order a couple pairs I think!

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