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Those are one of the many dumb things they designed. If you do the punch and hammer, you may want to run a small drill bit through it so it does not knock a big chunck out the back side. I was thinking that there was a special tool that is designed for pulling them rolled pins. :dunno:

 

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There's no way (that I know) to remove a rolled pin w/o leaving a hole on both sides of the knob. I use a leather punch the same size as the rolled pin on the "no hole" side of the knob to make a nice round hole, then use a drift punch the same size of the rolled pin to carefully drive out the rolled pin. If you're really a detail freak, you can use a vinyl patch kit to cover one of the knob holes before reinstalling, but I never bother. :D

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