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Tea20 Footrest bolts

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kaesark

02-12-2018 13:44:54




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Hi
Have discovered that one of the footrest bolts has sheared off at the start of the thread.
Does anyone know how much thread is on the end of the bolt as I would like to try and drill it out. I presume the bolt does not go through the casing completely.
Cheers




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John Deere D

02-12-2018 14:12:50




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 Re: Tea20 Footrest bolts in reply to kaesark, 02-12-2018 13:44:54  
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Quote:
Hi
Have discovered that one of the footrest bolts has sheared off at the start of the thread.
Does anyone know how much thread is on the end of the bolt as I would like to try and drill it out. I presume the bolt does not go through the casing completely.
Cheers

I had the same challenge once:

Double NUT STUD and check for depth in blind hole:

I welded a WASHER to the end of the Brocken stud, then welded a NUT to the washer and backed Brocken stud out:

Bob..

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kaesark

02-12-2018 14:17:12




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 Re: Tea20 Footrest bolts in reply to John Deere D, 02-12-2018 14:12:50  
Hi Unfortunately I have nothing to weld to as it has broken off inside the bottom of the hole.
Cheers



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John Deere D

02-12-2018 14:20:49




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 Re: Tea20 Footrest bolts in reply to kaesark, 02-12-2018 14:17:12  
Hi.......

Double NUT STUD, (one of the other studs), remove and check for depth in blind hole:


Bob........



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kaesark

02-12-2018 14:25:15




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 Re: Tea20 Footrest bolts in reply to John Deere D, 02-12-2018 14:20:49  
Ok got it, hope it doesn't break off too😂

What do you think an easyout
Will remove it.



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Steve@Advance

02-12-2018 18:21:53




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 Re: Tea20 Footrest bolts in reply to kaesark, 02-12-2018 14:25:15  
Be very careful with the ezout.

It will only work if the bolt is free to turn. If it is bottomed out, rusted, or seized, no the ezout will not work and if broken off in the bolt, the problem is made worse!

If you can score a left handed drill bit, all the better. It just "mite" grab the bolt and spin it out.

Otherwise, make every effort to drill EXACTLY in the middle, and as straight as possible. If it doesn't move, the end result will be to drill the body of the bolt away and surgically tap the remaining threads out.

That is why it is so important to keep it in the center and straight.

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kaesark

02-12-2018 20:29:08




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 Re: Tea20 Footrest bolts in reply to Steve@Advance, 02-12-2018 18:21:53  
Ok I have managed to plug to bolt hole full of wd40 rust penatrant will see what happens tomorrow will go with the left hand drill bit tomorrow after its had a good soak.



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John Deere D

02-12-2018 14:47:53




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 Re: Tea20 Footrest bolts in reply to kaesark, 02-12-2018 14:25:15  
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With the attaching components that hold the radius rods in place removed, is there any Brocken STUD protruding out from the threaded bore?

Bob..



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kaesark

02-13-2018 17:36:46




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 Re: Tea20 Footrest bolts in reply to John Deere D, 02-12-2018 14:47:53  
Managed to extract what was left of bolt which was only the threaded end.
Fitted new water pump as well ready for painting, then wiring to nut out.
Thanks for all the help.



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kaesark

02-12-2018 13:48:26




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