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1. RE: [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: Bill Babcock <BillB@bnj.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 19:26:53 -0800
You might be better off brazing the easy out to the drill rod with some good nickel-siver rod. I assumed that the bolt was one of the long ones and was brocken off deep. I suspect you'll find that th
/html/fot/2006-03/msg00009.html (7,202 bytes)

2. Re: [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: "Tim Murphy" <timmurph@fastbytes.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 11:28:19 -0600
FWIW I've been using Kroil for about 25 years as a "penetrating oil". It was being used at one of the machine tool companies I worked for. The stuff seems to really work for me. Of course letting it
/html/fot/2006-03/msg00010.html (6,937 bytes)

3. RE: [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: "Brad Kahler" <brad.kahler@141.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 21:37:33 -0600
I was kinda wondering about welding an easy out. I thought it might lose its effectiveness by all the heat involved. Thanks for the tips on the pilot guide, gives me a reason to finish getting my met
/html/fot/2006-03/msg00012.html (6,792 bytes)

4. RE: [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: "Randall Young" <ryoung@navcomtech.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2006 10:54:26 -0800
I'll second that, Kroil is good stuff. But PB Blaster works just as well for me, and is easier to find on a Saturday night. Unfortunately it appears that Wally-mart has quit carrying it, but AutoZon
/html/fot/2006-03/msg00020.html (7,278 bytes)

5. [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: "Brad Kahler" <brad.kahler@141.com>
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 21:28:30 -0600
While the machinest was removing the head studs from one of my TR3 blocks he snapped one of the long studs off. He told me there was nothing he could do to remove it and returned the block to me. Hav
/html/fot/2006-02/msg00302.html (7,382 bytes)

6. RE: [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: Bill Babcock <BillB@bnj.com>
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 20:50:34 -0800
Gregg Solow's wizard mechanic who's name will escape me until I press "send" removed one for me with absolute elegance when I broke one at the Monterey Historics several years ago. He used a drop-in
/html/fot/2006-02/msg00306.html (8,106 bytes)

7. Re: [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: <triumph_marx@freenet.de>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 08:15:55 +0100
Try this: pull out the liners so that you have access from the waterside to the bolt. Soak the bolt with rust removing liquids about one week. drill a hole (5mm) into the bolt from the top side and s
/html/fot/2006-02/msg00307.html (7,556 bytes)

8. RE: [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: "Susan and Jack Brooks" <tr3a@att.net>
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 20:46:54 -0800
Check this out. http://www.grassrootsmotorsports.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=15392 Then thank Tim for his forum, Jack == unsubscribe/change address requests to majordomo@autox.team.net
/html/fot/2006-02/msg00309.html (7,164 bytes)

9. Re: [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: Justin Wagner <jmwagner@greenheart.com>
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 19:50:06 -0800
first time. Whatever gizmo you use to overcome the broken stud, don't "give it a try" until you've done everything you can do to maximize your leverage. to crack this sucker free, give it a treatmen
/html/fot/2006-02/msg00310.html (8,009 bytes)

10. Re: [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: Michael Porter <portermd@zianet.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 00:46:35 -0700
I would generally concur with that assessment, since this sort of thing is not rocket science. The degree of difficulty only depends upon how much of the stud is left. If it's broken off flush with t
/html/fot/2006-02/msg00311.html (8,115 bytes)

11. Re: [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: VANDECARR@aol.com
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 07:03:44 EST
My brother taught me a trick for removing broken bolt or studs. If it is sticking out just a little bit, slip a washer over it and then center a nut on top. Then take the MIG welder and carefully wel
/html/fot/2006-02/msg00312.html (7,503 bytes)

12. Re: [FOT] broken head stud (score: 1)
Author: "Brad Kahler" <brad.kahler@141.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 21:03:41 -0600
Thanks for all the replies. There were so many replies I'm just going to thank everyone in one email!!! I did neglect to mention that the stud that had broken off was one of the long ones. The broke
/html/fot/2006-02/msg00319.html (8,105 bytes)


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