I just got a brand new Enyo FHZ, and opened it yesterday. Today, I decided to use skip's method of recessing it with a drill. I popped the cap out of the side with the axle. No prob. The second half was stubbourn, so I screwed the axle in all the way, and pushed the cap out. Yay! The cap came out...but the axle is now stuck on the nut. So, the axle is stuck inside the body of the FHZ, and won't come out. The nut is completely stuck on the side of the axle that pushed the cap out, while the otherside is stuck because of it's end. The axle will not unscrew from the nut...I don't know what to do. Now I'm very angry because I have an Enyo FHZ that is useless.
Anyone know how I can fix this?...
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06-29-2008 01:43 PM
Last edited by Red Logic; 06-29-2008 at 01:48 PM. Reason: pictures
06-29-2008 02:15 PM
i has gud idea
slide the nut into its normal spot and grab the axle hear with pliers and un screw although you probably already tried that
or you could chop the axle in half with a hack saw and go to the hardware store and get a new 4mm bolt and nut
you will probably have to cut the new bolt down to size though.............................Team Weenieyo
06-29-2008 02:18 PM
take the nut off and try pressing it thru similar to the way you would push on the axle to pop the caps off, only in reverse...I used to run into this from time to time and that always seemed to work pretty good...
06-29-2008 02:52 PM
Chuck the yoyo in the drill on the top of the bolt, slide the yoyo down onto the nut, and unscrew
06-29-2008 03:26 PM
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06-30-2008 07:17 AM
Since both nuts are exposed, use a wrench or pliers on each one and turn them apart.
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06-30-2008 09:29 AM
got it yet? did you use pliers in the first place? cause if you did, you might have squashed the threading down a little, and that would jam the nut onto the axle. i have done that a few times. how i got around that, is basically brute forcing it. once i had to use wire cutters on the axle to straiten the threading out.
worse comes to worse, you can just cut the axle, and buy a new one. (i have one)WAR IS A STATE OF MIND — BRAIN DEAD.
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