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    welder just paid for itself!

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    RickG61's use of a flat washer first, had never occured to me. Top Tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickG61 View Post
    I usually weld a heavy flat washer onto the broken bolt first since its thinner and I don't have to weld all the way down inside a deeper nut. Then I'll weld a nut to the flat washer. The welding heats the fastener and usually breaks any corrosion loose as it cools back down. Then just throw a wrench or socket over the nut and back the broken stud/bolt out.
    great tip. id never considered this until then

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