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Unable to remove screw on 18320 carbon hole saw

Package gave no indication that secrew was non standard and a special allen wrench was needed and which should have been provided.

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It isn't all that special. it is just a metric one. You can pick a set of metric allens up pretty cheap at harbor freight or any other auto parts store.

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