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Stuck fastener? Slow and steady gets it done.

Discussion in 'XJ DIY How-To Videos' started by k-moe, Jul 24, 2021.

  1. k-moe

    k-moe Pie, Bacon, Bourbon. Moderator Premium Member

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    This dosen't cover all of the techniques, but is does cover the range of attack types from DYI to PRO. Moral? Stop before you turn a good part into scrap. Somtimes a professional is needed.

     
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    I took my cylinder head to the local engineer because I would have made a mess of it with a power drill. The video setup of the machine to drill the broken bolt out is super. Never seen that before. Just wondering when do they use cutting paste is that just for threads etc?
     
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    You'd use cuttting paste/oil for cutting threads and sometimes for cleaning threads out. Otherwise you'd use oil or machining coolant. Though there is a wide variety of prefrences when it comes to what to use and when to use it.
     
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