Exhaust Mount Stud Looking for help

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  1. HedstromIndian

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    I hope someone can help here I was installing my head pipe on my roadmaster and before Torch Wrench click it snap stud. I have a new exhaust mount stud part but when I tried double nut Extraction Techniques it did not work since I can't get the second nut on all way on to make it work to back out stud.
    anybody know next step get this out jam?

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    I hate it for you. Hope this helps:

     
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    If any of the items in @Baldhead_J post don't work- Left handed drill bits work GREAT! Good luck and let us know how you make out.
     
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    Well, I was able to get out with Kano Kroil Penetrating oil & drilled and extracted it.
     
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    Hooray. That's a nerve-wracking process.
     
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    Good result.
    Something we used to do if that failed was to sit a nut over the end of the stud and mig weld the end of the stud inside the nut - usually works. Last resort is spark erosion.
     
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    Kroil is amazing stuff!
    Glad to hear you got it out.
     
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    Have had Kroil work when nothing else would phase it .. All we used on the Ships especially the High Speed Turbine Fasteners, which required High Vibration Hardware..
     
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