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norm1949j

01-12-2021 13:02:58




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Have 1964 case 430 will bolt to remove. I watched youtube about stuck removal, (6 point wrench, penetrating oil, heat), but 60 year old bolt head does not have noticeable flats. What do you suggest?




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tomturkey

01-12-2021 20:07:24




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 Re: Old bolt removal in reply to norm1949j, 01-12-2021 13:02:58  
Before you take the torch to it, you better take it out side. lol lol gobble



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watsonsgotit

01-12-2021 15:57:15




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 Re: Old bolt removal in reply to norm1949j, 01-12-2021 13:02:58  
They make special fluted sockets called bolt out that work well for rounded heads like that. They are sold under both the Irwin and Craftsman names. I would recommend investing in a set. They work very well and save time later. No additional work required.



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norm1949j

01-12-2021 16:04:40




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 Re: Old bolt removal in reply to watsonsgotit, 01-12-2021 15:57:15  
Thanks to all. Will try most of the approaches tomorrow and let you know



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DKase

01-12-2021 14:13:35




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 Re: Old bolt removal in reply to norm1949j, 01-12-2021 13:02:58  
Heat and vicegrip might surprise you.



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Rogeriniowa

01-12-2021 13:54:54




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 Re: Old bolt removal in reply to norm1949j, 01-12-2021 13:02:58  
Cutoff wheel on dremel, cut parallel to bolt, split nut with chisel.



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rustred

01-12-2021 14:22:59




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 Re: Old bolt removal in reply to Rogeriniowa, 01-12-2021 13:54:54  
agree. 2nd would be fire up the torch.



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