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Broken Bolt

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by k5baby, Oct 16, 2005.

  1. k5baby

    k5baby Registered Member

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    I Was Recently Resurfacing My Fiberglass Top And Removed All The Hardware . A Bolt Broke Off In The Top Where The Rear Latch Is. I Tried To Use A Cut Off Tool To Put A Groove In It To Screw Out With A Flat Head Screwdriver, But It Didn't Work. The Bolt Is Too Seized Up.
    Any Suggestions?
     
  2. wildbilzrydn

    wildbilzrydn 1/2 ton status

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    Does this bolt thread into an insert in the top? If so you can try penetrating oil and then drill a hole through the bolt and take it out w an easy out.
     
  3. gauder

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    I concur!
     
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    RE: Any Suggestions?

    Yes.........only capitalize the first word of the sentence. Not the first letter of every word.






















    :D
     
  5. k5baby

    k5baby Registered Member

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    It does have an insert. I will try that. Thanks!
    As far as caps at the begining of every sentence, I think the site automatically did that. I typed the whole post in caps it must have went back and put it just at the beginning every word.
     

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