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striped bold on driveshafts hold u joint on lol

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Old 05-10-2011, 08:09 PM
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today i was fixing my truck all bolts came up besides this 1 ive bought new bolts cause i knew this was going to happen. but as i was bout to take the old seal out and put the new one in i start to take the drive shaft off it striped soo i tried everything vice grips um ive tried chiseling it out didnt work soo i might weld a bolt head on that bold then take it off good idea or noo ? or any other ideas that will work besides drilling it out
 
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Old 05-23-2011, 09:10 PM
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dont weld it cause it can snap plus you will have to grind the weld down and re thread it
personaly i would get an extractor set and drill a small hole into it and extract it like any shop would do trust me short cuts arent allways teh best as i have learned the hard way when i had a fuel tank hit the ground when i was driving i used a zip tie to hold the strap on an older car i used to have it worked great until winter came and the plastic got brittle andbroke
 
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