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    Well sir. I'm a cheap b@stard So I went to the store saw what the tool looked like. Then went home and made one. I took a 1" flat blade steel scraper. And cut a 1/2" wide slot in the center of the end about 3/4" deep. Works like a charm.



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    THere not really screws. They are more of a clip. The plastic rings on them hold the clip in the hole. You just slide the scraper around the clip. Then give a little twist and it pops the clips right out.



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