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11-02-2012, 07:27 PM #1
95 Ext Cab K1500 5.7 Broken IM Stud Removal
I have a 95 k1500 with a 350 TBI. Pretty Standard truck other than being lifted and some electronic work. I had the heater hose quick connect in the intake manifold break off flush from being rusted through. No big deal, bought a used manifold. I weigh in at a whopping 107 lbs thanks to transplant surgeries and other medical issues. I had my brother help me break the bolts and studs loose to swap it. He is twice my size (such a good little bro) and broke one of the studs in the process. Just wondering what others have done to remove the broken stud.
11-02-2012, 07:42 PM #2
vice grip, drill it, weld a bolt to it, it all depends on how much is sticking out and how much room you have to work....
2011 GMC Sierra SLE 5.3 Z71 4X4 Stealth Gray Metallic
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11-02-2012, 08:41 PM #3
I agree with sierra, sometimes you will get lucky and an easy out will work
1995 Silverado 4x4
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2002 Silverado ext cab 2wd (Sold)
2003 Yukon XL (Totaled)
11-02-2012, 09:31 PM #4
Thanks guys I have about 1/2 inch of rusted bolt to work with. I've worked in body shops and was considering "red wrenching" it with an acetylene torch but I'm afraid I might do more damage than good.
11-03-2012, 08:51 PM #5
with a 1/2 inch of stud showing heat with a small propane torch until it gets alittle red then use the vise grips. these will quickly cool down the stud[shrink it] then it should come out easier.
11-04-2012, 08:49 AM #6
Yeah the same kind of deal as the acetylene torch really. Heat it til its a little red and wrench it out with vise grips. I'm guessing that won't damage the head and that was actually my first thought. I know taking rusted bumper bolts out of older vehicles is so muc easier with a little heat put to them.
11-04-2012, 09:40 AM #7
If you had no stud material to work with using reverse drill bits work good. using the proper size [not too big] you can in most cases get it to spin out while drilling. then if not use the easy out to remove. easy outs can make the stud harder to remove if you drill a hole that is too big. lots of penitrating oil when drilling.
using the intake manifold hole as a guide and inserting some small piece of tubing to center the hole works best when drilling.
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