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Unread 03-08-2011, 12:11 PM   #11
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Definately do not let the inside nut spin ( BAD A NO NO )

There is a product out there called PB Blaster which everyone hrere ommends .
If the Bolt is in top dont let the PB/WD run into motor , put cloth around it
if the bolt is on bottom Ur OK .


While U'r waiting for the PB to soak , clean thos NastyA55 batteries
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Unread 03-08-2011, 01:28 PM   #12
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Ha, that pic was after a "light cleaning"! I know I got a lot of tlc ahead, but I am trying to get it to run first.

I'll look into the PB blaster and report back my progress. I don't think I got to worry about any product getting into the motor right now because I can't even get either nut to break loose. How much spin can the bolt take before I screw something up inside the motor? A full turn, a half turn, any turn or what?
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Ha, that pic was after a "light cleaning"! I know I got a lot of tlc ahead, but I am trying to get it to run first.

I'll look into the PB blaster and report back my progress. I don't think I got to worry about any product getting into the motor right now because I can't even get either nut to break loose. How much spin can the bolt take before I screw something up inside the motor? A full turn, a half turn, any turn or what?
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Try to find a tappet ((skinny)) wrench for the inner bolt.
Liquid wrench or pb blaster not wd40.
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Thanks Dooms - I already hit a few times with WD-40 (it didn't do anything anyway), but I'll be sure not to use it again.
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wd-40 is ok. its just not as effective as the pb.
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Thanks Sonic. Going by my local cart shop today to kick around a few ideas and see what he's go in there.
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OK here is an Idea of last resort , BE Very careful
If U have a drimel tool or if U Can get the blade of a hack saw in there ,
Cut about 95 % off the face of the top nut , down to the eyelet that is in there.
Do Not cut bolt, or inner nut .
With 95% of the face gone, place channel locks on the remaining part of the nut
it will separate, and unscrew (use PB if needed)
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Gleemo, I actually thought about that or maybe taking my small metal grinder and VERY CAREFULLY cutting that top nut off as you said.
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It depends on the room and confidence U have in what U are doing, on the method
, since U do not want to destroy anything else.

I know U are focused on the 1 bolt , but while U'r there hit the others with PB also,
I have a feeling U'll be replacing all cables (soon).
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