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Old 02-11-2014, 07:40 AM   #36
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Omg omg omg omg omg Attachment 147585
I take it you got a chunk of easy out out of the hole?
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how did you get it out??? nice job
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good luck on the re threading get some high temp anti seize compound for them bolts before you reinstall them....
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I had to drill a little hole from the top of the head down into where the bolt was so i could get a better angle and then k used a dremel and cut away a little of the bit so i could get a good bite on it and just sat there for 45 min with a few beers tapping and finally got it and i already drilled it out and put a heilocoil in and use a little jb weld to fill the hole and I'm waiting for it to cure and then she should be good to go! Thanks guys y'all gave me hope id get it out!
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Well shes water tight and up and running again !!! Thanks for the help guys
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Well shes water tight and up and running again !!! Thanks for the help guys

Good job!!
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