Re: [DML] sheered bolts
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Re: [DML] sheered bolts

I've got the same problem.  I haven't got around to thinking about how to 
fix this because I'm in the middle of an engine rebuild.  Hopefully someone 
has come up with an easy and inexpensive fix VS. buying a new spoiler..

Lingo #2034

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Chris Hawes" <chris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; <doc-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 3:52 PM
Subject: [DML] sheered bolts

>I have looked in the archives and must be using the wrong keywords as I
> could find no results even though I am sure this has been discussed
> before....
> I have taken my spoiler off as I need to remove the cowling/ducting that
> fits between the spoiler and the radiator.  The reason for this is that I
> need to remove it so that I can undo the hose that connects to the lower 
> end
> of the condensor so that I can completely finish the aircon 
> re-firbishment.
> As I was undoing the spoiler several of the threaded shafts sheered off as 
> I
> was undoing the rusty nuts.  It looks like the thread was somehow bonded
> into the plastic spoiler.  The same thing happened with the grill.
> Can anyone help with suggestions from this point?
> Chris H
> vin 5255 looking a little bit not all there for now...

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