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Originally posted by afterburn 549
after about red hot for a couple of seconds it should let loose. in case that dose not happen be ready to quinch it with your favorit loose juice [wd40]or equal.
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Originally posted by 350HP930
One of the secrets of stud removal is cooling the stud when the hole is at its maximum temperature to break any bonding between the two and to give you maximum clearance which will also reduce damage to the threads.
I'll just repeat myself that the besides burning out the locktite expanding the threaded hole while at the same time you contract the fastner in the hole is the best method to remove bolts that are being held in by more than thread locker.

Many of us have removed enough non corroded fastners that are using thread lock to know that even the best thread locker is not enough to keep nuts, studs and bolts from coming off without the use of extreme heat.
Old 08-14-2003, 02:20 PM
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