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Re: H radiator removal.........those @#%#* bottom nuts!

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Farmer Bob

04-16-2001 19:27:34

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Doug, Removing the frame rails will not help you. If the 6pt socket doesn't do the trick as Haas suggested, try using a universal with the socket. Last resort is the hacksaw option and replace the stud before reinstalling the radiator. Did you have to remove the cotter key in the castellated nut that is stuck?//FB

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Doug D

04-16-2001 19:35:52

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 Re: Re: H radiator removal.........those @#%#* bottom nuts! in reply to Farmer Bob, 04-16-2001 19:27:34  
The cotter key is the problem. I know I did not get all the pieces out and went ahead and started the nut off.

Thanks for the advice, all I have are 12 point sockets, so I am going to find a 6 point for this somewhere.

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The Undertaker

04-17-2001 08:49:56

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 Re: Re: Re: H radiator removal.........those @#%#* bottom nuts! in reply to Doug D, 04-16-2001 19:35:52  

Just a thought,.... how about running a new nut up on the stud careful like and it just might shear off that cotter pin in the thread recess letting the top nut unscrew down all the way?

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Doug D

04-17-2001 18:39:12

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: H radiator removal.........those @#%#* bottom nuts! in reply to The Undertaker, 04-17-2001 08:49:56  
Thanks undertaker, that is what I had in mind, only running the top nut down over ther cotter pin since the pin looked to be really rotten.

Well is was just good enough to get the threads screwed up. The nut on the other side would not budge. I ended up cutting them with a chisel. I have plenty of bare knuckles to prove it.

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