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  • #16
    Re: How to remove a frozen bolt

    Originally posted by archie013 View Post
    ano ginawa nung mekaniko para matanggal ung bolt?
    I think it is in his blog brader... I will look for the link so you can follow it there.
    would have been nicer if he posted it here no?

    click my signature and it will take you there........

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    • #17
      Re: How to remove a frozen bolt

      How do you use a compound wrench in this situation...?

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      • #18
        Re: How to remove a frozen bolt

        This is an old thread, but that doesn't mean we no longer encounter frozen nuts and bolts.

        Here's some useful info:
        http://www.bt3central.com/showthread.php?t=57839

        "The ATF-Acetone mix was a "home brew" mix of 50 - 50 automatic
        transmission fluid and acetone. Note the "home brew" was better than
        any commercial product in this one particular test."

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        • #19
          Re: How to remove a frozen bolt

          this is how i deal when removing frozen or even broken bolt..
          four broken bolts from a 1.5 hp power spray motor.
          [IMG][/IMG]

          [IMG][/IMG]
          this is more tricky..
          [IMG][/IMG]
          [IMG][/IMG]

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          • #20
            Re: How to remove a frozen bolt

            @bugel,

            Can you be more specific on how you extracted those bolts, HINDI KO MA GETS KASI !!!!
            No captions or explanations whatsoever, hehehe, parang mina magic mo lang, LOL
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            • #21
              Re: How to remove a frozen bolt

              after fill weld the bolt (build up)
              [IMG][/IMG]

              then use vise grip to loosened the bolt by swinging motion..
              [IMG][/IMG]

              until it's completely remove..
              [IMG][/IMG]
              [IMG][/IMG]

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              • #22
                Re: How to remove a frozen bolt

                after repeating the procedure,i manage to remove four broken bolts

                [IMG][/IMG]

                [IMG][/IMG]
                [IMG][/IMG]
                btw..do this rod angle for more accuracy when spot welding the bolt and use wd40 of course!

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                • #23
                  Re: How to remove a frozen bolt

                  Originally posted by rosy View Post
                  @bugel,

                  Can you be more specific on how you extracted those bolts, HINDI KO MA GETS KASI !!!!
                  No captions or explanations whatsoever, hehehe, parang mina magic mo lang, LOL
                  ngee..hindi pa ko tapos..hehehe..

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                  • #24
                    Re: How to remove a frozen bolt

                    Originally posted by bugel View Post
                    [/IMG]
                    btw..do this rod angle for more accuracy when spot welding the bolt and use wd40 of course!

                    But why this specific angle of the rod, will the usual bit forward position not work ? Please educate us bro bugel !.


                    ----------------------------------------------
                    originally posted by bugel~~

                    ngee..hindi pa ko tapos..hehehe..



                    AHHHHH OK, sorry po akala ko kasi yun na yong result ng mina magic lang, hehehe, LOL
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                    • #25
                      Re: How to remove a frozen bolt

                      well..it work but i will be place in uncomfortable and awkward position which will cause not hitting the work piece properly that can cause welded the bolt to the base and i don't want it to happen..

                      [IMG][/IMG]

                      so i change the angle just like this..for better aiming and control of the rod..just simply point it straight toward the bolt.you must be patient when doing this, one spot weld at a time then remove the slag repeat this process until the vise grip can grasp the bolt..

                      [IMG][/IMG]


                      ayan sir rosy may supporting pictures pa yan..hihihi..

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                      • #26
                        Re: How to remove a frozen bolt

                        Thanks bro bugel, but I know how it is done, you just apply a bead after bead building up the stud so the vise grip can grasp a piece of that wasted bolt and can already be twisted.

                        HMMMMM, its just the positioning of the rod that is puzzling me. Anyway we all have our own ways where we find it most comfortable to apply the bead correctly and to our advantage.
                        Nice tip though for those who may not know what to do when faced with the same problem/situation.



                        SALAMAT MULI !!!!


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                        Last edited by rosy; 04-12-2013, 12:47 PM.
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                        • #27
                          Pa subscribe muna...

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                          • #28
                            now here is mine...
                            i have a table saw where its arbors end has a slot for the allen wrench, and a nut threaded to it...my problem is that, the allen socket is ill fitting and somehow, the corners are rounded already...so i need help on how to remove the arbor nut so i can replace the blade.

                            i havent done anything stupid yet. i only sprayed dw40...ayaw pa din and yun nga..lumuluwag yung hold ng allen wrench.

                            thanks
                            The devil will find work for idle hands to do.-[I]Morrissey[/I]

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                            • #29
                              Hi Doc V,

                              Hope you can post a pic or two of that arbor nut you have mentioned. Its kinda hard to just
                              be trying to imagine or figure out how the nut would look or appear now for others that may
                              have a way to help you remove that nut.



                              Cheers.
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                              • #30
                                hehehe..thanks bro...just imagine a table saw top, the throat plate removed, blade fully raised, then you see the threaded arbor shaft with its center has an allen slot on its end, of course, the 12" blade is stuck onto it...

                                sorry i cant post a pic now..the shop is shut...

                                here is a link to a pic similar to mine...but not exactly like it.
                                https://woodworkingwithajo.files.wor...nges-photo.jpg

                                i can only use a single wrench to remove the blade, there is no arbor lock, and like i said, the arbor shafts end has a slot for a 9mm allen wrench.

                                i am thinking of spot welding a bolt at the end of the arbor shaft so i can use another wrench to unlock the arbor nut.

                                are there pros and cons doing this?

                                thank you!

                                The devil will find work for idle hands to do.-[I]Morrissey[/I]

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