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Re: CC 1320 engine mount bolts lost out

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Greenfrog

07-15-2014 20:38:50
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Current problem: I found that two of the bolts were broken off. I managed to use screw/bolt extractors(EZ Out) to get one of the bolt ends out. Problem with the other--I broke the EZ out off IN the bolt!!!!! what do I do now? can I drill that? hard steel--bet drill bit wont work.
Don"t really know what to do. One of the other holes. the threads are bad. Am trying to retap new threads. Need to get the right size drill bit for a 5/16 tap NF Takes a 17/64 bit. Have to find one..
Also, you think these four hole in the bottom of the engine, do they open up into the crankcase or just dead end in the casting. Cant really tell...

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joe csuti

07-16-2014 03:28:46
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 Re: CC 1320 engine mount bolts lost out in reply to Greenfrog, 07-15-2014 20:38:50  
You're probably better off taking eng to a machine shop,as you stated previously existing bolts are 5/16" so if existing threads stripped finding a right size drill bit/tap for 5/16" won't help you as there's probably not enough meat on id of hole to hold a thread,if you take eng to a machine shop they can probably install a heli coil or increase bolt hole/threads for a 3/8" bolt in addition to possibly getting broken bolt/extractor out,if they increase bolt size to 3/8",you'll probably have to open hole in chassis slightly for bolt.

As far as bolts extending into oil pan,if they did oil would run out of pan when a bolt removed,if a tapped blind hole when bolt(s)removed there is no oil loss,easy way to find out is take a thin blade screw drive,awl,ice pick or thin wire & stick into bolt hole & see how far it goes into hole before it stops.

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jimg.allentown

07-16-2014 03:22:46
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 Re: CC 1320 engine mount bolts lost out in reply to Greenfrog, 07-15-2014 20:38:50  
You are NOT going to drill an EZout. Too hard. You CAN try to BREAK it out using a punch. Usually, you can at least loosen it up to the point that you can get it out with a magnet.

For the hole with the bad threads, I suggest a heli-coil or similar thread repair. Makes a good long term repair.

In every case that I have seen, engine mounting bolts do NOT go into the crankcase. Consider...a broken or loose bolt would become a MAJOR oil leak in an instant. That would be some pretty lousy engineering IMHO.

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