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Can I just arc weld a nut and try that way?
Or meybe someone is elling brembos ir nissa cheap...


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I cut a line through it and use an impact screwdriver to remove them.
After some liberal use of PB Blaster.
If you dont have an impact, you can go old school by using a screwdriver to get on one side of the cut and tap" it out.
Good luck.
 

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I cut a line through it and use an impact screwdriver to remove them.
After some liberal use of PB Blaster.
If you dont have an impact, you can go old school by using a screwdriver to get on one side of the cut and tap" it out.
Good luck.
Got a hand on arc welder will see what I can do that way..

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EZ Out

A screw extractor is a tool for removing broken or seized screws. There are two types: one has a spiral flute structure, commonly called an easy out after the trademarked name EZ-Out; the other has a straight flute structure. ... One way to avoid this added difficulty is to drill a hole completely through the screw.
Once upon a time, in a land far away little Blainethemono was replacing the spark plugs in his POS 1995 Sebring, when one decided to leave the threads in the spark plug hole..... these are deep well heads 😬


An EZ Out, duct taped to a 6" socket extension so it wouldnt fall out while heading into the well, saved the day!!

Worth every penny
 
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