<VV> non-Corvair question...
shortle556 at earthlink.net
Fri Sep 15 14:10:31 EDT 2017
Normally a steel bolt in a cast iron part will come out pretty easy. I stay away from E Z out as they just seem to be too easy to break off creating a bigger mess. I prefer to center punch, drill hole, then gently hammer in a Torx bit. I also use a Snap On bit as they are probably stronger than many other brands.
Timothy Shortle in Durango Colorado 81301
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>My friend (former Corvair owner) has a Dodge 340 with a broken exhaust bolt - broken flush to the surface of the head. There is no exhaust manifold on it, and the engine is currently out of the car.
>Anybody have any suggestions how this might be removed without drilling it out?
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