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Old 03-12-2012, 09:07 PM   #1
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Old 03-12-2012, 09:28 PM   #3
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Yeah throw a pic up, i can help ya out. A mechanics worst fear is this, 1 hour jobs can turn into a days work just from one stuck bolt.
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Use a hammer and chisel, make a groove and hammer at an angle that will loosen the nut. Make sure the others are on there and torqued down. This will help allow you to spin it off easier/sooner
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I hope its not in a tight spot.
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Use a hammer and chisel, make a groove and hammer at an angle that will loosen the nut. Make sure the others are on there and torqued down. This will help allow you to spin it off easier/sooner

What he said.^^^^
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Hahaha.. Ill post a pic in the morning when i get off, of just how much of a tightspot it is.:ridicoulous: Kinda the reason i stripped it, besides the area and nut being full of oil. :stupid: their is no room for a regular socket, maybe a swivel socket i was going to buy and try,but I dont even think it will fit in there.


I think the Hammer and chisel with a nice deep slot cut into the bolt will do the trick. Plus there is room for such an act.
One of those aye?!
Cant get a socket or wrench in cause its under something, in a little slotted area and full of lubricant. I agree that if you can get something to tap it off you may get it.

Patience I guess, Good Luck! Throw up a pic
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Don't "dbuck it up" any worse as he would say. He's fixed a number of stripped bolts for me over the years....usually a nice groove gets made and then he uses an air chisel hammer tool thingamajig to break it loose.
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Can u drill most of the nut on either side and split it with a small chisel?
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Dude, if you got a mig welder just weld another nut on top of it. I have busted head studs off 1/2 inch below the surface and gotten them out with a mig welder. They will save your when working on engines. If you dont have one, hit up a buddy.
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No mig welder, Although their is almost no room, like maybe 3/4 inch from top of bolt so if i put a nut on top of other might hit the top of little valve box im working in, before the bottom nut comes fully off. I could figure out quicky with some calipers though. Ima break it loose with a nice slot/groove, a BFH and a matching chisel. Air chisel sounds even better! Once again, harbor freight, buy use and return policy. or just rent one. Lol
You have a torch? Just wash it out and put a new stud in.
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This will be my real last resort and something ill have to get a knowledgeable person to do. Anyway im curios to how close i could cut to the bottom of bolt without cutting into the cast of the cylinderhead. I give yall a pic. tomorrow morning. Plus possible warpage being that it is aluminum.
Yah pic would help a lot. If it was me tho I would just use a small tip and torch it. I have fcked with um too many times with chizels and notching with no luck. No patience for that these days.
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I didn't read all the post so sorry if someone already said so, but tighten the other nuts back down so there isn't as much tension on the stripped one. And can u get a small pair of vise grips on the nut? Lol
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