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Tool Talk Discussion Forum

They work slick

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12-23-2013 16:01:30

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I used my rounded bolt extractors again today. I didn't have a lot of hope, it was a very tough place to get at, but I tapped the extractor onto the rounded off bolt, pushed down hard on the ratchet head and applied the torque and the bolt broke loose. I had used one a few years ago on a manifold bolt and it had worked slick there too. Everyone should have a set.

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Cliff Nelson

12-25-2013 18:51:03

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 Re: They work slick in reply to showcrop, 12-23-2013 16:01:30  
I agree they work good. I took out most of a set of chopper knives in a 3970 with one. 1/2 grd 8 bolts with the heads rounded from being in the chopper too long. 6 point impact socket would slip but the bolt extractor would bring them out. Even broke a few of the bolts with a cheater pipe on it.

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12-24-2013 11:57:43

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 Re: They work slick in reply to showcrop, 12-23-2013 16:01:30  
I got a craftsman set, think I bought it at auction. It basically got me out of a jam, on a electric over hydraulic valve. Plastic cap would NOT come off, I ground the buggered up plastic off, and hammered the doo-hickey onto the exposed metal (basically a top hat nut), and hooked up the new Ryibi 18 volt impact to it, and hammered away. Nut didn't come off, but was able to unscrew the whole valve. Once that was done, was able to get the beat up nut off, by grinding through it , then squirting kroil down into the now exposed threads. Figure that set would be worth the new price, for just this job.

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60 acre hillside

12-24-2013 06:30:42

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 Re: They work slick in reply to showcrop, 12-23-2013 16:01:30  
All extractors work SOME OF THE TIME. No method works all of the time. I like easy=outs for the occasional easy ones. I no longer break them since I learned their limitations. Try simple first. I have drifted them out with a scratch awl a couple of times. There are about 2 dozen ways and I keep looking for more

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12-24-2013 10:12:02

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 Re: They work slick in reply to 60 acre hillside, 12-24-2013 06:30:42  
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These are NOT EZ outs. Try looking them up.

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50 acre hillside

12-24-2013 13:14:20

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 Re: They work slick in reply to showcrop, 12-24-2013 10:12:02  
Another option that shall work SOMETIMES

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12-24-2013 04:32:50

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 Re: They work slick in reply to showcrop, 12-23-2013 16:01:30  
the set I have are made by Irwin. they are basicly a female easy out.

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12-23-2013 19:13:18

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 Re: They work slick in reply to showcrop, 12-23-2013 16:01:30  
Never heard of them, can I have an education?

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12-24-2013 04:01:46

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 Re: They work slick in reply to RayP(MI), 12-23-2013 19:13:18  
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Just google bolt remover. Most places that sell tools have them.

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12-23-2013 16:52:41

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 Re: They work slick in reply to showcrop, 12-23-2013 16:01:30  
I know what you mean I have a set from 1/4 to 1'' can't imagine life without them. used on on a broke off wheel stud on truck last winter on side of road.

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