It would be a pretty big or specialized shop to have EDM stuff. It's
a nut. It will come off. If worse comes to worst, use a chisel
against the edge of the flats. It helps if you make a nick with a
sharp chisel and then use a dull one to apply torque. Big Big F*&%
$ing Hammer (BBFH) and a bit of technique. Just be sure you're
loosening the nut, not tightening it.
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On Mar 26, 2007, at 4:01 AM, SHANE Ingate wrote:
> I've seen some sort of "electrical disintegration" process that
> was used to disintegrate an outer bearing shell in my Guzzi
> gearbox. Sorry, I don't know the correct terminology or
> even how it works, but it is something that only a shop would
> have. Maybe others on the list could help and indicate
> whether it would work for you.
> Shane Ingate in Maryland
> Mark Eginton wrote:
>> I hate being beaten by equipment but here I am having tried
>> of a cutting torch to break lose that @$%*ing crank bolt where
>> behind the
>> on an old TR2 engine. Tried pneumatic and hammer impacts, sweet
>> talking and
>> big mallets having laid waste to one wrench and one socket (gotta
>> craftsman replacement policy) and now I have moved on to fermented
>> before I indulge in a monster frustration tantrum guaranteed for
>> short term
>> satiation and long term expensive grief.
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