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1. [oletrucks] Off Topic.....Set Screw Extraction (score: 1)
Author: "tcape" <tcape@weblnk.net>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 11:32:55 -0500
Sorry for the off-topic post, but I need some help getting a set screw out. Along with working on my '47-2, I'm restoring a '66 Mustang. The shifter on the console has a "T" bar on top which comes of
/html/oletrucks/2001-03/msg00188.html (7,628 bytes)

2. RE: [oletrucks] Off Topic.....Set Screw Extraction (score: 1)
Author: "Hanlon, Bill" <Bill.Hanlon@COMPAQ.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 10:56:28 -0600
You might find an easy-out that fits the wallowed out allen wrench hole. Set screws are available at any decent hardware store. Sorry for the off-topic post, but I need some help getting a set screw
/html/oletrucks/2001-03/msg00189.html (8,197 bytes)

3. Re: [oletrucks] Off Topic.....Set Screw Extraction (score: 1)
Author: John Dorsey <jrdorsey@strato.net>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 12:23:33 -0500
I would try using a left hand drill bit a shade larger than the allen wrench. Many times the srew will come right out on the end of the bit while you are drilling, instead of having to retap the hol
/html/oletrucks/2001-03/msg00190.html (8,770 bytes)

4. Re: [oletrucks] Off Topic.....Set Screw Extraction (score: 1)
Author: "joe" <chevy1@jps.net>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 09:07:26 -0800
Just buy a left hand drill bit that's smaller than the Allen set screw. The pressure of the bit will normally remove the set screw. I've found that a little tap on the screw with a hammer and punch b
/html/oletrucks/2001-03/msg00192.html (8,425 bytes)

5. Re: [oletrucks] Off Topic.....Set Screw Extraction (score: 1)
Author: Bill Bailey <billb@gamewood.net>
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 18:57:37 -0500
<snip> Tom Generally when this happens to a Ford it is considered totaled and is shipped off to the boneyard! ;) Just kidding, the left hand drill bit trick mentioned by others works real good. Bill
/html/oletrucks/2001-03/msg00196.html (7,892 bytes)


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