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I accepted Kendall's answer, but wanted to explain how I solved this as while he had the right idea, it didn't work for my specific case. As Kendall expected, I could pry bar the eyelets to turn them. However, they seemed to only turn about 90 degrees in either direction at which point they locked in place. I then tried to remove soffits to gain access from ...


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Use a pry bar through the eye of the anchor. You are correct, rotating top left will bring them out. Alternatively, an adjustable wrench over both sides of the eye works very well. Turn it right out, don't cut it off, because it's much easier to caulk shut a hole or put new flashing over it if there's no stub sticking out. There are some eye bolts that go ...


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