recently the steering damper of my sidecar went dry, so it did not work correctly. Dismounting the damper was quite easy, but problematic was opening the end screw of the damper, to refill the oil. Because the damper screws are made of aluminuim, the risk of damaging the screw is very high.
The only way around is to build a proper tool for opening the device.
the cad is available for download here
The tools material is also aluminium, because i dont want the tool to be a harder metal then the screw.
So far this little hack works great, no more problems opening the damper, a 100% fixed grip and no risk of damaging the damper.