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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-18-11, 02:22 PM Thread Starter
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hello im working on a f250 i would like advice about how to go about a pinion yoke strap bolt that has the head of the bolt striped off. i have tryed bolt grip and no go not enough room to drill it out any help would be nice thanks fordman
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hello im working on a f250 i would like advice about how to go about a pinion yoke strap bolt that has the head of the bolt striped off. i have tryed bolt grip and no go not enough room to drill it out any help would be nice thanks fordman


Torch it...Do you need to save the Bolt??

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no i dont need to save the bolt
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I'd grind/saw the head off to release the strap without cooking the u-joint, pinion seal, or any of the metal.
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