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Old 08-03-2013, 07:28 PM
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Do u have access to a TIG welder?

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Nope, just a MIG. It would be a no brainer if I had a TIG.
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Old 08-03-2013, 08:23 PM
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Try heating it with a blow torch, or mig weld something onto it. The heat alone will expand and contract the metal, should work loose after that.
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Old 08-03-2013, 08:51 PM
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What about jbweld maybe I say that work a few times. Also make sure to soak it in pblaster
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Do you have a picture? Does the bolt head stick out at all, like a button head? If the head sticks out, like a hex head from what its tightened into, you could cut a slot into it. Then use a slotted bit on you ratchet or coordless impact to remove it. If its flush, well I guess you would need to weld something to it. I have used easy outs before , but the snap on ones have always gotten out what I needed em to.
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Do you have a picture? Does the bolt head stick out at all, like a button head? If the head sticks out, like a hex head from what its tightened into, you could cut a slot into it. Then use a slotted bit on you ratchet or coordless impact to remove it. If its flush, well I guess you would need to weld something to it. I have used easy outs before , but the snap on ones have always gotten out what I needed em to.
The head is still there but it is in a difficult spot to get anything long into. I am going to leave it for another couple of days and see if another idea I have can be made to work.

I am still leary to try and cut into it for fear of getting metal shavings into the head. I know I can get most of it out with a magnet but with my luck something will get missed.
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Old 08-04-2013, 07:51 PM
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If the head is still there use a 7mm turbo socket!
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Old 08-05-2013, 03:49 PM
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If the head is still there use a 7mm turbo socket!
Do you have a specific brand? If its the same as this it won't work:

5-pc BOLT-GRIP

This was the first set of extractors I bought and even the 8mm won't bite on the 8mm rounded head.
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Old 08-05-2013, 04:00 PM
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Old 08-06-2013, 09:37 AM
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So, as a last ditch effort before bringing out the zip disc, I am ordering a deep fluted extractor from Snap On. It will be here tomorrow so hopefully it's not a waste of another $25.

BEXD101, Extractor, Deep Well, 5/16"

I'm hoping that it will sit better on the head and be able to grip it and get the bloody thing out.
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