best way to remove exhaust manifold without breaking studs.
bob at audisport.com
Thu Aug 15 23:49:56 EDT 2002
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Soak them in kroil first, they'll almost definately come out with no problems.
"Richard J. Andrews" wrote:
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> you're kidding, right?
> luck i guess.
> seriously though, i would remove the intake first for more access.
> but be prepared to pull the head if you are not experienced in stud removal
> i had the whole motor out of my car so i loaded it up and took it to the
> machine shop.
> cost was around $55 well worth it IMO this was new studs installed and old
> ones removed.
> someone else on the list said that you can weld onto the studs and get them
> '86 4kq
> >I finally got all my parts together and was going to get started on my
> >exhaust conversion. The question I have is what is the best way to remove
> >the exhaust manifold without breaking the exhaust studs?
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