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Old 06-12-2012, 02:58 PM
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stripped torq converter bolt how to remove

as the title sez, stupid brass nuts from the torq to the flywheel are sooooo
soft and stripped the beotch using a 6 point socket Grrrr.
so what kinda tool is recomended for loosening this troublesome culprit ?
was thinking an offset vice although never seen one.

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Try one of these. Irwin makes them, so does snap on and many others.
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stripped torq converter bolt

but what do you use after it's stripped. was thinking there might be a biting wrench that grabs with tension. or an offset type vicegrip.
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same

Doh never mind now that I zoomed in the pic I see it has some sort of biting edge. what are they called ?
BTW thanx.
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They are bolt extractors, for stripped fasteners.
They bite harder as you crank on em, works well. I have 3 sets, different styles.All snap on.
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