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Old 09-03-2014, 03:37 PM   #1
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So im trying to put shackles on my truck and the bottom bolt is stuf it wont come out i tried using a hammer and all kinds of stuff and it just wont come out what can i do or what would you guys do?
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Hit it with liquid wrench let it sit for a little. Hit it again with the spray. Put a torch on it get it nice and hot then douse it with spray
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Get a bigger hammer.
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Get a bigger hammer.
i think THOR's hammer might do the trick.
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keep i fire extinguisher or garden hose handy and just use a propane torch to burn it out.
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Mapp gas, Thors hammer and a couple cans of beer.

Or, -PB blaster and a Air hammer.
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Mapp gas, Thors hammer and a couple cans of beer.

Or, -PB blaster and a Air hammer.
i dont know what peanut butter blasters have anything to do with this, but to each their own i guess.........
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i dont know what peanut butter blasters have anything to do with this, but to each their own i guess.........
pb blaster is good stuff
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i dont know what peanut butter blasters have anything to do with this, but to each their own i guess.........
It's a catalyst. What do think is holding it in there lol. That rust will root right into the rubber.

Now you know.
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Yep, -It's fast
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