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    Craftsman makes them too or used to anyways.

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    Im still looking around at who makes what, luckly there isnt a rush since i need to replace the tranny crossmember first thanks to a not careful previous owner and a rock. hahah
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    Murdog, if you are replacing the studs anyways..there is no need to buy an expensive one, they make cheap clamp on ones for studs..like 14-20 bucks fits multiple sizes and they work well ! Nothing beats the snap on thread pullers but just for a one time job or so ..the cheap one will do the trick easy!

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    x2 on Daredevil. I've used both that and the socket type and had good luck with them.

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    The best tool, which is mainly used for industrial use, is the StudPuller at www.studpuller.com. It'll cost you $100 but you'll be done in seconds and it will fit over the stud just like a socket. No double nutting, no welding, no nothing. Just grab an impact wrench and the tool and be done with it. You have to know the exact size of the stud though and you have to have an impact wrench. Here's a pic to show how simple it is.
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    Welcome to the club, SRT. Thats for that info.

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    Sadly the tool is $100, and an impact doesnt fit between the frame rail and the motor. BUt yes thanks for the info since im sure all the GM guys it will help.
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    Pull the heads and remove the studs at your liesure at the workbench... C'mon, you know you oughtta... And pull the rest of the motor while you're at it and rebuild it...
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    Not a chance i think the 4.6L in my F-150 might be to much of a PITA with the OHC, and the fact that ford put them half way under the dash.. ill leave it in till it blows.. then try and find a chevy HAHA..
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    Quote Originally Posted by murdog94 View Post
    not a chance i think the 4.6l in my f-150 might be to much of a pita with the ohc, and the fact that ford put them half way under the dash.. Ill leave it in till it blows.. Then try and find a chevy haha..
    are you telling me we are helping you to fix a ford ??????? Wtf ?!!!!!!!!!!

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