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1. Lube it up with your rust buster of choice.

2. Run two nuts onto the threads, and tighten the nuts against each other.

3. Use the first nut that you threaded onto the bolt as if it were the head of a bolt, and crank away.

4. If it doesn't come out with that approach, hit the flange with some heat from a torch and try again.

5. Repeat as necessary.

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please replace all 3-studs - they're Toast.

(look at the condition

of the threads)

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Flatten the broken side and center punch it. Then use a drill to drill out the center of the bolt. This will typically release the threads and since the drill will have a right hand twist the broken end of the stud will run through the hole towards the end that isn't broken.


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