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Old 04-20-2013, 07:30 PM   #1
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Angry Rusty and Sticky Bolts

All the bolts on my exhaust manifold are SUPER rusty, and it seems to be impossible to unscrew them. And if the rusty isn't bad enough it seems all of the hard to reach blots behind the engine are properly stuck and it's getting really frustrating trying to get them out. Does somebody have any tips and tricks they could share with me on how to remedy these problems?
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Spray WD-40 on the bolts/nuts and let them soak for an hour or so, then try again. The WD-40 should break up the rust a little.
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That too ^^ .. The reason I said WD-40, is cos chances are better that a household has WD-40, than anything else. In that case it would be readily available.
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What is PB Blaster?
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Let me google that for you
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1+ blaster best stuff out there.the longer you leave it on the better it works.and like 5 bucks at wally world
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A small blow torch if you have one. Just be very careful of any fuel lines. Shouldn't have any that are in the way, just something to be cautious of.
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dont use torch and blaster lol (flameable)
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dont use torch and blaster lol (flameable)
It burns off really quick I've done it at work before lol
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still prolly scare the piss outta ya the first time
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still prolly scare the piss outta ya the first time
Well yeah then you spray a little more or write your name on the ground with it to watch your name burn. Same thing lol
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