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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 27th April 2017, 16:22 Thread Starter
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This bolt will not come out I have tried everything I can think off. Any sugestions? V

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 27th April 2017, 16:32
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Grip pliers. You can get maf screws from cox.
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Tried the pliers but it still wont move at all. Probably tightened by herkules lol

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Grip pliers as flashy said, or cut a groove in it and use a flat head screw driver

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Tried that too mate its just fallin more and more apart :/

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Tried that too mate its just fallin more and more apart :/

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Probably just drill the head off. Pliars or grips more than likely will easly remove the stud. Spray a drop of penetrating oil on the stud first.
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No drill I am the point where I am trying just to destroy the head so it falls off as I have already found a replacement bolt. This is a true pain in the ... :/

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Have you tried the two plier method? Grip the head with one then use the others as leverage and grip the first pliers?
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Literally just tried it. Still wont go at all

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My mate drilled it out for me thanks for all the replies

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