Re: [DML] Broken Exhaust Manifold Stud
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Re: [DML] Broken Exhaust Manifold Stud



You wouldn't think it works without destroying the surrounding
aluminum,but I've heated the stud remains with a torch, hit the air,
and blew out most of the stud without harming the head. 

However, my first choice would be to drill out the stud large enough to
use an " e-z out" then heat the area with a Mape gas torch (hotter than
propane), then install and try to remove with the e-z out.



       
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