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  1. #1
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    Stud extraction

    Never in my life have I had a bastard stud stuck in like this one.

    Had a few mind.............even on me 1000RX shitpig many moons ago..........

    I've tried heat.

    Banging it.

    Heating it reet fookin' up to Autobahn, light a fag temps for an hour.

    Now, after a cup of tea and cake with my wifes uncle ( Jan Keizer motorenrevisie ) I've decided to go with Innotec Deblock and a heater( Gas Cannon ), and a paint stripper torch for a final heat before trying.

    Failing this it's Spark erosion.

    The Molecules are still holding in the steel, if they flow I have failed-

    I'll keep you fat basts up to date..............

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    Birdie num num........

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    Re: Stud extraction

    Think i may just change that coolant header as well sir
    What Goes Around..........!!!

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    Re: Stud extraction

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post
    Think i may just change that coolant header as well sir


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    Re: Stud extraction

    Bang it IN and then try to move it first clockwise a bit. Flex is your enemy - weld a nut or even bar to it....
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    Re: Stud extraction

    Quote Originally Posted by WJ-Polish Guy View Post
    Bang it IN and then try to move it first clockwise a bit. Flex is your enemy - weld a nut or even bar to it....
    Tried banging it in/up and back. I've got a very good stud extractor, failing this am gonna get an unzinked nut reet down to the ally and weld it on.

    Header coolant wotsit is next. All new in boxes, ready to rock and roll.
    Birdie num num........

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    Re: Stud extraction

    Stop faffing around man, drill it out to 8.5mm and tap it M10 then get someone to make you a stepped stud - M10 > M8.

    Kendo
    Take the pieces and build them skywards !

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    Re: Stud extraction

    It's still got thread on the end. I'd forget all the hassle and just keep it in with another nut on

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    Re: Stud extraction

    Quote Originally Posted by noggin View Post
    It's still got thread on the end. I'd forget all the hassle and just keep it in with another nut on

    I think NRD is going for a concours rebuild!

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    Re: Stud extraction

    Quote Originally Posted by rockin rexer View Post
    I think NRD is going for a concours rebuild!
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    Re: Stud extraction

    Been there last year with the 2 exhaust studs on my 1200.

    The ONLY way we could get them out was to puddle WELD a large nut on both of them...........as close to the head as possible.
    Let em cool and with a good fitting socket, turn them out.
    Any amount of heat on head or stud did nothing.

    Worked great on both studs.
    THE OLDER I GET THE BETTER I WAS...................

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