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06 Remove the old pin using a large flat-head screwdriver. The new pin is simply screwed into the resulting hole. Also, the new pin doesn't have a slot in the end like the OEM unit. Instead, there's a hole in the side were you can use a tool to tighten the part down. We used a small Phillips screwdriver. The new pin doesn't ship with a new jam nut, so you will want to buy a new fancy stainless one, or you can clean up your stock one like we did.