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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-21-2001, 07:23 AM Thread Starter
 
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i stripped a bolt on my transfer ;o(

Hi there,

i stripped a bolt on the passenger's side of the transfer case (one of the 4 that go into the transfer case)

how can i get the remains out there and get a new one in?

i am kind of lost?

thanks alfred

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TORQUE-WRENCHES - WE DON'T NEED NO STINKIN' TORQUE WRENCHES =)

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Re: i stripped a bolt on my transfer ;o(

Actually mine did the same thing taking it out!! I just said to heck with it, 3 is better than 1. Actually mine didn't strip, it twisted right off.

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Re: i stripped a bolt on my transfer ;o(

hey alfred,you need to take the T- case out and drill out the bolt,take an easy out and drive it in the hole you just drilled in your bolt and back it out.they also make a left cut drill bit with a easy out built in.as you drill it automatically brings in the easy out,and it will come out.if you can not find that stuff down there,i will mail you one.if you pulled the threads out you need to install a heli coil in place.again drill out the hole and install the heli core.the kit should have everything you need.let me know by e-mail ,RR

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You can use a drill out & rethread kit sold at many hardward stores.

However, if it is on the long arm side of your tcase, I wouldn't recommend this. The rethread won't hold up to the extra torque and you'll end up egging out the remaining bolts holes too. I know, this has happened to us on on 2 different tcases.

We have a solution in our new super beefy tcase arm mount. You can read the review at this month's ORC cover page
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Re: i stripped a bolt on my transfer ;o(

rangerrick, how much do you want for one of the reverse drill bits?
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Re: i stripped a bolt on my transfer ;o(

hey anton,what size do you need?you should be able to buy there,but if not i can help you get one.in case this post dies,email [email protected]

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