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Old 05-20-2010, 04:26 PM
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I stopped counting the studs Iv'e broken, I think I've become an "extraction" specialist.LOL, As Barely said, a left handed drill bit, you can get a kit at sears, left handed drill on one side, flip the bit in the drill, easyout on the other. If the stud is flush, try cutting a slot in the stud and use a good screwdriver to thy to screw it out, you will cut the cas a bit, JB weld fills nicely. When you put the new better quality stud in, spray it with a lube, no Loctite on the case side, screrw it in loosly, I don't wrench it in, this will facilitate easier removal if it breaks again. Make sure your engine sits "in the saddle and thet the mount bolts are not pulling the engine to the frame. Hope that helps.

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Old 05-20-2010, 10:09 PM
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got the bugger! had to dremmel a slice into it, lube it up with some PB then it came out nice and smooth. i'll pick up some new threaded rod tomorrow and put it all back together hopefully it won't rain and i'll get to ride. thanks for all the help guys
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Old 05-21-2010, 01:36 AM
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Good ta hear kyl, ride on!
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