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Old 05-12-2007, 02:05 PM   #1
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due to boo-boo need to remove compartment door. Talked to WGO tech support and he said use a T-20 Torox head. I have a Black&Decker set but could not find the right size. Has anybody got some different solutions or suggestions??
Anything would help.
The reason I am wanting to remove it is I can't get my 40ft. to the body shop. Street and turns to tight.

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due to boo-boo need to remove compartment door. Talked to WGO tech support and he said use a T-20 Torox head. I have a Black&Decker set but could not find the right size. Has anybody got some different solutions or suggestions??
Anything would help.
The reason I am wanting to remove it is I can't get my 40ft. to the body shop. Street and turns to tight.

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Sometimes a Robertson (square drive) will fit in a Torx slot. For a T20, I'd guess a #1 square bit might work.
But you should be able to pick up a T20 driver at most any Sears (Craftsman tools) or even a Home Dept or Lowes. Kmarts now carry Craftsman tools too. Another source is Harbor Freight stores or online. Auto parts stores (NAPA, Carquest, etc) should have them too, though they may be pricey if they are mechanic grade tools.
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