I use the Snap-on tool. It works great and is made of plastic so it won't scratch your fuel tank if you slip. The metal tool cost more and if you slip it can cause paint damage to the tank. Some just use a hammer and a screw driver but than if you slip.
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08 FLTR candy red sunglo,with 2015 103 HO, V&H Dresser Duals with Monster Rounds, Power Vision tuner, Willy Shiny Wheels and Forks and a bunch of other stuff.