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Posted by skibumm100 [Email] (more from skibumm100) on Thu, 23 Jun 2016 06:05:03
In Reply to: Re: extractor, Simon S, Wed, 22 Jun 2016 08:43:12
Thanks Simon. I have a variety of EZ Outs of different styles and sizes as well as a few new, left-handed bits. Having done some work in industrial maintenance and aircraft repair I have seen a lot of different ways of removing broken fasteners. You just need the right tools most of the time. I prefer welding a new nut to the stud when I can get to it. Left handed bits are like magic, as long as you can get a good start. The hard part will be getting decent access to the one behind the compressor. When I removed the A/C bracket when stripping my green Aero, I broke one of the bolts off, even after spraying it down good in advance. That's the first time I've ever broken one of those.
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