I'm on my 2nd one of these and what a brilliant thing it is.
I'm upgrading the forks on the LC with new stanchions, progressive springs and some decent oil. 1st leg came apart no problem, 2nd one the cap under the circlip was rusted in solid. Absolutely nothing would shift it. Out with the Fein and a new blade and I simply sliced through the old chrome stanchion in about 5 mins allowing me to lump hammer the cap out with a drift from the other side.
If you have never used or owned one of these they are brilliant. I have the middle (multimaster) version, the cheaper multitalent wasn't quite up to the amount of abuse it got. If this wears out I'm definitely having the top of the range supercut.
You know you need one :-)
For sale custom 350LC stanchion (std less 2"). Some pitting; Might be of use to someone :-)
I've got the super cut version. I had to cut out a load damaged stainless steel veins in a water trap at short notice. I bought the fein as I knew it was a good make. It made short work of the veins. After putting in the receipt for buying the tool. The computer said no when it came time to hand it in. My company don't have a part number for it in the system. It's now found a very good home with me,but I have never used it since.