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Old 02-28-2013, 07:29 AM   #15
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Nice job. I'm going to check mine also.
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Took the good advice and bought some left hand drill bits. Used a 3/16 and the threads moved a few turns upon first application of pressure. I was able to finish extracting with a pliers. Very few metal filings, all were captured with towels and a magnet.
Good job. Nice to see you got it all handled on your own without having to take it into a shop somewhere to get a usual run-around. That's why I like to repair all my own things.
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Glad they came out easy. I thought they might as the bolt bottomed out on the shoulder and not on the bottom of the hole. Now pay your self at least $600.00 in labor cost and go have a good time.
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