Posted by TheOldHokie on February 10, 2013 at 03:21:42 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: old your opinion posted by POPGUN on February 09, 2013 at 15:38:28:
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I have an old block and I intentionally snapped a few studs off in it to try different techniques:
You can easily to set the block on the table of a large drill press or mill. From there drilling/milling the bolt out is darn near trivial.
I had high hopes for the "heat it and blow it out" with a cutting torch idea. My torch skills must need honing because I got the bolt out along with quite a bit of the bolt hole wall :oops:
Didn't have time to try the welded nut idea but I will when i get a chance. My welding skills are about on par with my cutting torch skills and all I have is an old Lincoln stick welder. I wouldn't even think about going after a bolt below the surface. I'd weld it to the block for sure.Film at 11.....
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