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Old December 18th, 2006, 03:21 PM   #1
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I just bought a corp 10 bolt front. Here the problem, Where the steering arm mounts to the knuckle I'm trying to remove the 3 studs and replace with new, While I was trying to remove one of them snapped one of the off flush to the top of the knuckle. How do I remove it? and how do I get the other two out with out snapping them off two.
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To get the broken one out you'll probably have to drill it and use a easy out. You can probably try putting a little heat on them to. For the ones still in clamp some vise grips on them if you dont plan on reusing the studs or use a stud puller. Did you get the conical washer out and the steering arm off?
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I have new studs, Conical, and steering arm.
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