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Old 06-03-2013, 07:35 PM   #1
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I've got to remove the studs from the pass side exhaust manifold. They are starting to cross thread for some reason. I just took them off to replace the gasket and now the nuts won't go back on. Anyways what kind of remover is recommended for these? I see the gator grip kind and then a different one that has a something in the center that grips the stud. Any suggestions?
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Those are horrible. Im still having trouble with mine. I stopped for a few days because it pissed me off so bad lol. Ill be finishing up my exhaust install next few off days i get.
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I grabbed a set of vice grips and smashed the crap out of my hands as I twisted them out.
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I grabbed a set of vice grips and smashed the crap out of my hands as I twisted them out.
+1, I used vice grips and they came out easily!
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Well I got one out fairly easy....then got greedy with the other and snapped it off up in the hole. Looks like super happy drill time for me!
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