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Old 07-09-2012, 06:08 AM
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Operation: Turbo Bolt Extraction Commencing at 0700 on 14 July!

For folks who have been following my adventures, we last left our superhero (that's my best friend, Bender) who was perched precariously on the front of the truck with a rounded off turbo bolt! What ever is he going to doooo????




Thankfully, he was able to go to Harbor Freight over the weekend and pick up these beauty's. In case you can't really see them, they are bolt extractors with a lifetime warranty. And in case those don't do the trick, there is a Magnesium fire starter stick so we can set the truck on fire.




Operation: Turbo Bolt Extraction has been set for 0700 on Saturday, 14 July 2012.
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Git er done Shawn
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I'd offer some help, but yesterday I couldn't figure out which way to loosen the trans. lines on the radiator
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Superhero... huh?
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LMAO, John!
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I'd offer some help, but yesterday I couldn't figure out which way to loosen the trans. lines on the radiator
Rofl........

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Even worse yet, I got one of them off. PHEW! Then moved to the second and I'm really he-manning it, even started to round the head. "MAN THIS SOB IS TOUGH!" Go back to work on it, still can't get it. Wound up throwing the wrench somewhere in the garage, as I'm looking for it I remember "hey dummy, you need to pull down, not push up"
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I HATE when that happens! Now that you mention that, I CERTAINLY hope that my ratchet was setup correctly for REMOVING that turbo bolt....
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I HATE when that happens! Now that you mention that, I CERTAINLY hope that my ratchet was setup correctly for REMOVING that turbo bolt....





Good luck Shawn!

I rounded two bolts (the back one and the drivers side one..)
The two hardest ones and it HAD to be me... I Threw wrenches, I yelled at my employees, I punched the truck... And took me a week to get it done:crying:
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Good luck Shawn!

I rounded two bolts (the back one and the drivers side one..)
The two hardest ones and it HAD to be me... I Threw wrenches, I yelled at my employees, I punched the truck... And took me a week to get it done:crying:
Stop abusing that truck of I'm gonna call TPS (truck protection services) and have it taken away!
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