|01-23-2006 08:38 PM|
|jeepmutt||I've not done this, just speculating, but could another bolt be welded on? Perhaps a smaller diameter bolt so you could run a bead around it onto the busted bolt... then just put a wrench to it and back the whole thing out.|
|01-13-2006 07:54 PM|
Those guys are right, but there are different kinds of EZ outs. Some are square and some are fluted. The fluted are my favorite. What ever you do don't break the EZ out, you can't drill one to save your life!!
|01-13-2006 04:22 PM|
|khenderson||effin hosed!!! was afraid of that.|
|01-13-2006 01:38 PM|
|1BLKJP||Yup I third that motion. drill it and use and easy out.|
|01-13-2006 10:57 AM|
|01-13-2006 10:07 AM|
|4Jeepn||Only thing I have heard of is a and ez-out, which I hear may not be so easy to use.|
|01-12-2006 09:33 PM|
alright, so i was ready to put my headers(new) and intake(milled out) back onto my jeep this evening when i ran across a problem. the bolt on the front of the block has sheared off. need the best way to get that bad boy out. thanks guys.