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Old 06-21-2018, 02:54 AM   #11
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If you have a torch get the bolt hot and use some cheap birthday candles and get the wax against the threads and the bolt. The capillary effects will pull in the wax and be a lubrication. A lot of the penetrating oils will burn off at the lower temp than the wax.

Best penetrating oil is if you make it fresh with Acetone and ATF 50/50 mix.
Holy crap, you re awesome. I actually can't wait to try this. Thank you.
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Please also use a Rust Penetrating Oil. There are many types & brands in a spray can. This stuff really works(!!!) and works even better if you let it seep-into the problem area for several hours.
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Cut nut or bolt and just replace.
Okay I think I see what you're saying. Thank you. Do you know of the best way to go about cutting; sawzaw?
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Okay I think I see what you're saying. Thank you. Do you know of the best way to go about cutting; sawzaw?
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