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post #3886 of Old 06-28-2011, 10:22 AM
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One other trick is to use some sort of grinder, and cut the round head of the bolt into a more square head. Then you can get vice grips or something similar on it with some better grip and turn it out. If you cannot weld or it is difficult to weld this may be a good option, but welding a nut on would probably be the best way.
Hey, great idea-I'm going to have to remember that for next time if I cant get the welder to it. Thanks!

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post #3887 of Old 06-28-2011, 10:26 AM
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Hey, great idea-I'm going to have to remember that for next time if I cant get the welder to it. Thanks!

Best of luck,

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No problem; I had to do that to get the axle side trackbar bolt out. If owning a Jeep has taught me anything, it's a million ways to remove a stuck bolt.
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No problem; I had to do that to get the axle side trackbar bolt out. If owning a Jeep has taught me anything, it's a million ways to remove a stuck bolt.
It's out. Went down the block to the mechanic shop and borrowed a gun style impact wrench with a slight angle drive. We heated from under and it took 5 seconds

Thanks for all the suggestions!
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Glad you got it out. I was going to either suggest heat and an impact, or picking up a 2"x2" from HD or Lowes and drilling a hole in it to slide over the ratchet to make a long breaker bar. That is what I had to do for the rear brackets on the Rubi.

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It's out. Went down the block to the mechanic shop and borrowed a gun style impact wrench with a slight angle drive. We heated from under and it took 5 seconds

Thanks for all the suggestions!
Good to know. I'll have to try this first when I go to remove my seat. I know the drivers side torx is stuck on their. Last time I tried to remove it I gave up, have to get the impact gun out first.

I'll eventually get around to ordering some Monstaliner, but gotta get new tires first!

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Good to know. I'll have to try this first when I go to remove my seat. I know the drivers side torx is stuck on their. Last time I tried to remove it I gave up, have to get the impact gun out first.

I'll eventually get around to ordering some Monstaliner, but gotta get new tires first!
Yeah the regular angle impact wrench did nothing. Only when we got the gun type mechanics unit with top pressure on it did it move
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Vacation Notice

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Anyone intending on getting materials for this weekend or next week needs to place an order by tomorrow evening (Wed).
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So if we order tonight you will guarantee that we have it by this weekend? Or you're saying that you will be able to get them shipped before then?
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We've torched it and soaked with WD40 for days
For reference, WD40 is alright to loosen up sticky old pliers or a squeaky door hinge, but it's not really a penetrating oil. Off the shelf PB Blast does an alright job, but if you want the real deal industrial/pro grade you need AeroKroil. That stuff is simply amazing. Note the free trial offer. It's worth keeping a can or two of the aerosol version around.

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Yeah the regular angle impact wrench did nothing. Only when we got the gun type mechanics unit with top pressure on it did it move
Got pics of both? Now I'm curious as to what you're talking about.
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So if we order tonight you will guarantee that we have it by this weekend? Or you're saying that you will be able to get them shipped before then?
All orders will be shipped before we close for vacation. If you are in a nearby UPS zone and you order fast you may get it before the weekend otherwise it would arrive next week
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For reference, WD40 is alright to loosen up sticky old pliers or a squeaky door hinge, but it's not really a penetrating oil. Off the shelf PB Blast does an alright job, but if you want the real deal industrial/pro grade you need AeroKroil. That stuff is simply amazing. Note the free trial offer. It's worth keeping a can or two of the aerosol version around.


Got pics of both? Now I'm curious as to what you're talking about.
No pics. I think what we were using originally was just a standard heavy air ratchet vs a true impact wrench which got it out
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One last question before I order it tonight....please tell me your product comes with some cool *** stickers so I can advertise for you, i read back on page 24 that you were creating some....do they come with ?
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Yo Magnetman, I just placed my order! Thanks again for the great discounts and i'll be sure to post pictures when all is said and done....oh one question when do we receive a tracking number heehee
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Yo Magnetman, I just placed my order! Thanks again for the great discounts and i'll be sure to post pictures when all is said and done....oh one question when do we receive a tracking number heehee
I ordered late last night, my tracking number was here early this morning...

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MonstaMan-Glad you're taking a week off for the 4th. Looks like you could use it! Hope you have a great time, celebrate well, be safe and take a little time to enjoy yourself a bit-Lord knows you deserve it!



Thanks again Man,

Best of Luck,

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