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      11-26-2012, 04:49 PM   #45
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      11-26-2012, 05:15 PM   #46
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Those threads aren't looking too hot in the head from what I can see. Make sure you address that or when you try to tighten the manifold down its just going to pull the stud out of the head.
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      11-26-2012, 05:25 PM   #47
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Those threads aren't looking too hot in the head from what I can see. Make sure you address that or when you try to tighten the manifold down its just going to pull the stud out of the head.
I was gonna run a 7mm TAP through it and see what happens you think i might need to helicoil or time-sert it?
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      11-26-2012, 05:53 PM   #48
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I was gonna run a 7mm TAP through it and see what happens you think i might need to helicoil or time-sert it?
I cant tell unless I really looked at it up close, Just depends on how damaged they became when removing that stud
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      11-26-2012, 06:14 PM   #49
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run a thread cleaner through it first before taping it, that might do the trick
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so what finally worked?
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so what finally worked?
Got our industrial torch. heated the shit out of the stud till it got red hot. waited 3-4 seconds until redness went away. vise grip broke it loose and after a couple turns it came out with my fingers!
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congrats! i was silently rooting for you because i've been there lol.
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congrats! i was silently rooting for you because i've been there lol.
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That's a sad looking stud. Congrats on the victory. I'd definatly clean up the female threads a bit at a minimum.
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PB blaster has always worked miracles for me...and I heat it too. Let the PB soak for a while.

Good luck, been there before and don't want to go back.
PB blaster makes everything easier to work on, especially older cars with some rust on them.
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Great job! I've never had it this bad, the worst i've ever had it was a broken spark plug inside my old Saturn. I was freaking out!
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Thanks for everyones help and support. Especially Tony!!


Got our industrial torch. heated the shit out of the stud till it got red hot. waited 3-4 seconds until redness went away. vise grip broke it loose and after a couple turns it came out with my fingers!
Just a few seconds after blow torching it red hot and you were turning it with your fingers? Who are you? Chuck Norris?
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Just a few seconds after blow torching it red hot and you were turning it with your fingers? Who are you? Chuck Norris?

lmao. he's the big ape that tightened it
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Just a few seconds after blow torching it red hot and you were turning it with your fingers? Who are you? Chuck Norris?
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lmao. he's the big ape that tightened it


LOL no i broke it loose with a vise grip and it cooled a bit then i spun it out with my fingers..
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