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After a gap of 20 years I wanted to 'return' to pianolas, so I bought an upright 88 note Steck on eBay for £40 and set about getting it back to playing condition. It took only four days to strip, recover, re-tube and re-assemble everything. And its working quite well now. I am very pleased with myself. It cost about £250 in materials though. I want to do some more regulation on it to even the notes up and am looking at the capstans on the top of the pneumatics. Is there a tool for this? Its easy enough with the stack out but quicker for finer adjustment to do it in-situ. The tool should be quite long also to reach down about 12 inches. Any ideas?