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Trouble unbolting exhaust #4630 Sep 15, 11:18pm Sep 15, 11:18pm
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Trouble unbolting exhaust
i have a real hard time trying to unbolt the 2 bolts. tried puting wd-40 but it wont even budge at all. can anyone help with any suggestion? im from the bay area, so if anyone can help, please let me know.


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Re: Trouble unbolting exhaust [Re: FreshNStunna] #4631 Sep 17, 1:05am Sep 17, 1:05am
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Hey, yes it sometimes is very difficult to unbolt the exhaust. If you have a lead pipe, or some type of hollow tube that is strong, slide it over the handle of your rachet and use it as extra leverage, that should do the trick. All you need is a bit more torque and that bolt/nut will come right off.

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