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joe blo 15-03-07 21:07

$$$pull my bolts out$$$
 
ive got a broken bolt in the exhaust manifold which just wont come out. and 1 in where u bolt the tensioner into the front of the block. ive tried easyouts and smashing a screwdriver bit in and turning that. i need em out tomorrow or by the weeked. ive got 50-100 dollars here for some1 to get em out. even if u get em out in 1 minute u get 50 dollars. or does any1 have a phone number for a thread doctor or specialist coz i couldnt find 1 in the phone book. im in pine rivers, il pay u on the spot oncew there out.

Benny01 15-03-07 21:22

bring it to me n ill get it out

joe blo 15-03-07 21:26

i cant transport it. come out to me and itl b worth it.im bout half hour from sunshine coast

im thinking its usually 80 to get any1 to come to your house weather it b a mechanic or whatever. so il give u 20 which will cover ur fuel and 50 for getting em out.

Benny01 15-03-07 21:32

i cant lift my toolbox let alone balance it on the back of my bike

joe blo 15-03-07 21:34

how much crap do u need to bring to take a bolt out. if i had a car id come to u. ive got some tools here but nothing to take a bolt out....that works

sherman89 15-03-07 22:18

Just buy some easy outs mate, will have it fixed in no time!

jonesy308 15-03-07 22:25

dude just do what i said drill a pilot hole and use a screw extractor and it will come out, bit of farkin round but it will work..

joe blo 15-03-07 22:45

are screw extractors easyouts? i used easyouts and the thread on em just rounds off.they dont even grip to start turning the bolts out. also tried using a allen key drill bit smashed into a drilled out hole but there in so tight. if there that easy to get out come and do it and get 50dollars on the spot.

the bolts that are snapped off are bloddy tight.

jonesy308 15-03-07 22:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by joe blo
are screw extractors easyouts? i used easyouts and the thread on em just rounds off.they dont even grip to start turning the bolts out. also tried using a allen key drill bit smashed into a drilled out hole but there in so tight. if there that easy to get out come and do it and get 50dollars on the spot.

the bolts that are snapped off are bloddy tight.

yeh there the same thing, did u buy a half decent one??
if u pay for petrol from melbourne to brissy il do it:D

joe blo 15-03-07 22:59

i think they were ok 1s. cost me 20 dolars. yeah... il fix up the petrol bill when u get here.

trikdup 16-03-07 20:11

i had same problem man easyouts didnt work 4 me either i just got drill bit a fraction smaller than the stud drilled it out and tapped a new thred in it took 10min tap n die set cost me $15 sweet az.

Hingo 16-03-07 21:46

I had half a dozen break on me, got thread doctor to come out.

I'll see if I can get his number for you... Cool little tools he has...

joe blo 16-03-07 22:22

how much was it for him to come out. ive looked for thread doctor and thread specialist in yellowpaes but the only automotive thing was for fabric

the number would be great or what else i could search for in the yellowpages

Hingo 17-03-07 09:10

$90 i think it was...

Hingo 18-03-07 13:18

Ok... 1800 THREAD is their number

Thread tech is their name

joe blo 21-03-07 13:02

it says that number cannont be connected and i can find it in yelow pages.

does any1 else have a number for any1 to get em out?

Thread Tech: 0418 885 463


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