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.......Conn setting screw. You know those tiny screws that hold the pivot screws in place, they usually look like a tiny spec of something that you can barely tell is a screw. I just got intimate with one... was dirty too... it's an old one...

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In my horns I always replace them with allen-head screws. You can torque them better, and they are more easy to get out as long as you make sure they are oiled and not left to rust.
 

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I misread that as "alien-head screws."

and was wondering where you put the wrench in.
 
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