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PostSubject: broken studs   Sun 01 Aug 2010, 12:53 pm

hi guys,
just wondering if anyone is skilled in removing broken studs from a head, purchased the skyline and 3 were already broken.

Am willing to pay if anyone is able to do it or point me in the direction of a cheap mechanic to do it.

cheers
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PostSubject: Re: broken studs   Sun 01 Aug 2010, 1:11 pm

How is it broken? deep inside the block?

These links might help you

http://www.ls1.com.au/forum/showthread.php?t=118178&highlight=broken+head+bolt&page=2

http://www.ls1.com.au/forum/showthread.php?t=138172&highlight=broken+head+bolt
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PostSubject: Re: broken studs   Sun 01 Aug 2010, 5:32 pm

If the studs still have a bit of meat left on top of the block, just use Stilsens and unwind them (that's wat we done in the past). Tap them with a hammer and really ya could prolly just about undo them with ya fingers.

Or if they're broken in the block, use ezy-outs (Think they're about 20 bux a set from Repco). Drill a small pilot hole in the stud, then use an ezy-out to unwind it. Just make sure ya don't let any metal shavings go down the oil or water gallerys.
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PostSubject: Re: broken studs   Mon 02 Aug 2010, 1:19 am

As the other guys have asked how much of the bolt is visible on these?

I have a full set of ezyouts and am happy to have a look at it for ya.

If possible get a pic of one of em and sms it to me so I know what we are looking at.
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PostSubject: Re: broken studs   Mon 02 Aug 2010, 11:34 am

cheers for the info guys, none of the stud is visible, completely in there.

pazz that would be greatly appreciated if you could, will try and take a pic and bring it tomorrow night.
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