Thanks Everyone! It is amazing how many replies and ideas have been posted. I was able to get the gland nut out yesterday, I used a carbide bit in my Dremel and cut through in one place to the cast. Then I noticed a small piece had come loose from the cast and was able to use a small chisel. Once a small piece cam out the rest let loose! I tried using the Dremel and carbide bit on the broken drill bits but have not got them out yet. However, I think the holes are deep enough I don't need to get out what's left. I think I can use a shorter bolt and be ok. Any opinions? Just got a Snap On 140 mig welder. Used to weld for a living but that was 30 years ago and haven't welded since. Did some practicing yesterday. Not sure the welder is working right, but I know I forgot all I knew! I couldn't even do a spot weld on thin metal. Welded a bead ok on thick metal but thin metal just became a hole! LOL! Again, Thanks everyone! Bob
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