I’m trying to get the remaining bolts of my 504 engine but the 3 bolts are stuck in tight. Anyone know any suggestions to remove them. I used WD 40 and vice grips on the other bolts and it worked fine
You could try beating a little bigger Allen wrench into the worn heads .
If that doesn't do it , just drill the heads off . Split the case and take the leftovers out afterward .
You might take a chisel.and hammer to bump it around enough to loosen it....don't use a real sharp.chisel...needs to be a little dull so it will hold on the side of the bolt head
..get it at an angle to make an indention then at an angle to turn the bolt when you hit it...you want to be hitting the side if the head ,not the top (edited)
Use a heat gun or hair drier then use the hammer/chisel
Impact! Works great. Heat works too
I just needed the heat gun. It loosened up and I was able to get them out but 1. The bolt is rounded so I’m going to need to drill it. Would you happen to know where I could find replace bolts
Your local hardware store should have the bolts you need. Check ace hardware, they tend to have the most variety and some weirder stuff than home depot will.
Otherwise try treatland
Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I managed to get the engine open. Now I’m able to clean the inside but my last question is what shoe I use to lubricant the gears?
You mean what oil should you fill it with? ATF type f after it's all back together. Open the plastic fill plug on the hexagonal cover, lean the bike over and fill it up. Put a pan under the fill hole and right the bike. All the excess will drain out and you'll be at the perfect level.
> Pops Peds Wrote:
> You might take a chisel.and hammer to bump it around enough to loosen
> it....don't use a real sharp.chisel...needs to be a little dull so it
> will hold on the side of the bolt head
> ..get it at an angle to make an indention then at an angle to turn the
> bolt when you hit it...you want to be hitting the side if the head ,not
> the top
Says the junkie on morphine. Pops is a retard.
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