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I bought these a few years ago and have used them on PC fans and many other objects:



They are Hi-Tech 1221-S and can have internal and external modes so you don't have to buy two pairs of pliers.
 

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Snap ring pliers.

Yes, seriously.
 

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Not really. Those don't appear to come with more than one set of tips whereas the Hi-Techs come with 5 types. I've encountered some rings where only 1-2 of the tips would even fit.
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It's not just the tip diameters but the angles as well. A lot of times it looks like any tip will work and then I find that only one tip style works. If it has the 90-degree ones it might be worth a shot.
 

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I bought these a few years ago and have used them on PC fans and many other objects:



They are Hi-Tech 1221-S and can have internal and external modes so you don't have to buy two pairs of pliers.
I used a pair of these when I painted my GTs. They worked great. I've also used the probes from my multimeter.
 
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