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Old 01-06-2011, 10:35 PM
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Re: A Shocking Rounded Nut!

Bolt extractor sockets have worked for me in the past..

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Re: A Shocking Rounded Nut!

Yeah I did both. Not even the 14 stays on without hammering.
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Re: A Shocking Rounded Nut!

Hammer on smaller socket........
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Re: A Shocking Rounded Nut!

Got nut with bolt grips. Now stuck on connecting bolt. Lol. Using 17mm and holding both sides. Socket isn't lock enough to reach bolt all the way.
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Re: A Shocking Rounded Nut!

u should've been careful...

i did this on one of my spark plug bolt... sooo i took it to a mechanic and they did it for me... and they charge me zero dollar... they were nice
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Re: A Shocking Rounded Nut!

Update on it. Ran into a lot of problems with tight bolts. Passenger side the connecting bolt didn't mallet/pull out so I had to stick an allen wrench in the hole and hit it. Then the rotar flew up instead of down. No clue why. Had to have a friend stand on the rotar and push off the ceiling while I took the dampener fork. Finally got it on. Started to round connecting bilt in rear. Stopped. Went to shop next morning to finish.

Tl;dr: Lots of problems. Finished fronts. Rounded rear. Shop next morning.

But now they're on and beginning the settling process.

Thanks to everyone who helped. Request close.
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