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07-10-2004 08:34 PM
violent j thanks for the info, i should be able to get that at napa or someplace like that.
07-10-2004 05:15 PM
TurboS10 It should come right out with an easy out. Now that it is broken, there should be no load on the threads to hold it in. BTW, if you broke it, you need to look into those things called torque specs.

07-10-2004 01:00 PM
lluciano77 Main bearing bolt?

You mean a main bolt.

You could try an Easy-out. Just make sure you use the largest one possible. You don't one of those things breaking.
07-10-2004 12:23 PM
violent j
main bearing bolt

i broke off a main bearing bolt in my 350 and i was wondering how i could get it out? could i drill it out or is there some other way, thanks for all the help

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