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Engine bolt stuffed , not happy

Ok any ideas in getting the bottom thread out, shit
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How did you break that Eddy ? Is that a cylinder head stud ? Only one way to replace that brother, strip the while motor, head and barrel needs to come off mate.
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bloody hell,Why me ,fuccccck &*&^%[email protected]

Well might get cracking then ,Uhmm anyone know how long these bolts are ,must be a way ,Yeah i know he we go again.

yep Donsy that's what it is ,Bugger
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metal fatigue maybe?
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It's a first for me on this forum Eddy, that's going to be a bastard to replace mate.

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Ok,looked at the manual,can anyone tell me if these bolts are screwed into the block or forged in?and are they available. please
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Looks like they are screwed in from Startwin trading ,also anyone know if reverse thread or standard thread.

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They are screwed in.I have removed a few unbroken ones with a stud extractor and they were very tight!!
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Wow Gerald, that's pretty nasty.

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Gerald did you take the motor apart?Mine is on the outside edge and i am thinking i will drop the motor then i could get at it from that position ,what do you think,or do i have to pull it apart.
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