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    Thanks gentlemen. I have a wrench similar to what dragstews and tattooo provided. I have never thought of bending a socket extension. Thanks

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    Ok here is a pic of some of my head assembly tools......
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    Something else that's very helpful...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by brooklynbomber View Post
    Iíve heard people running old cars so the heads get hot so you can remove the exhaust manifold bolts easier because of the heat. Those tend to be cantankerous and sounds like yours are being that way as well. Can that be applied to these, if youíre having trouble getting them loose, instead of using a torch?
    I am too lazy to put that much of the motor back together, besides I need the carb off to get at the two "middle" bolts, but yep that is the idea.

    I will see how this goes with the right tool.

    Thanks,
    -DB

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBinNC View Post
    Bottom tool in farmall's pic is the HD factory tool (made by Kent-Moore, like most HD tools).
    Part # 94590-73.

    Jim
    Aftermarket version: https://aaok.com/index.php/motor-par...ead-bolts.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoomBuggy View Post
    I am too lazy to put that much of the motor back together, besides I need the carb off to get at the two "middle" bolts, but yep that is the idea.

    I will see how this goes with the right tool.

    Thanks,
    -DB
    Ah, thought it was a running motor still. My apologies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    Well that made a world of difference! I received the 7/16" version of the tool shown and was able to break loose all the bolts on the rear head. If I can grab a little time tonight I will make sure I can break the front ones loose as well.

    Thanks all, nothing like the right tool for the job!

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    And ya didn't even soil your knickers doing it ....



    That's sum serious shit .. !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brooklynbomber View Post
    Ah, thought it was a running motor still. My apologies.
    No apologies required, ever!

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    Now if ya had one of these motors, ya wouldn't need all of those fancy tools.
    Regular barn tools that you would use to work on your Montgomery Ward would work just fine .. !!

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    But it ain't a Pan ...
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    Heads are off and after the Christmas rush I will send them off to a little shop I've heard of in Florida......here's hoping they can be saved!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoomBuggy View Post
    Heads are off and after the Christmas rush I will send them off to a little shop I've heard of in Florida......here's hoping they can be saved!
    I'm sure they can be saved............. I've heard that guy is real good...... LOL

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    Think I also heard of him too ... ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    Now if ya had one of these motors, ya wouldn't need all of those fancy tools.
    Regular barn tools that you would use to work on your Montgomery Ward would work just fine .. !!

    But it ain't a Pan ...
    Pans are more contemporary with Monkey Ward than Evos built in their dying years and you could probably buy a "starter wrench" from their catalog. If not, Sears had them.

    Dead tree catalogs did have one advantage over the internet. It's more difficult to wipe your arse with a computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmall View Post
    Dead tree catalogs did have one advantage over the internet. It's more difficult to wipe your arse with a computer.
    That is what printers are for

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