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Old 08-25-2003, 01:28 PM
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stripped bleeder screw

anyone got trick for getting off a stripped bleeder screw?

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Old 08-25-2003, 01:41 PM
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Heat that sucka up and drip candle wax on it, hammer a smaller socket on it and it should back out. Sure it's redneck, but it works?


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Thanks. Redneck works just fine to me.
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HEY AP: I had that happen on a 48 Chevy pickup and ended up replacing the wheel cylinder no fun. Sears sells a set of sockets that have grippers that are reversed so that the more rounded the corners are the tighter it grips. I bought a whole set from Sears Harware and it works great.....GOOD LUCK..DAVE
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