Re: [atlas_craftsman] Bolt Removal
- If he's got a mag rim then it would not fair so well. I suspect it is or he would not have locks on them. I personally don't allow them to ever have the key by putting on the original bolts first. I've learned that most tire store monkeys are the bottom of the barrel.
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From: Bob May
Sent: Friday, June 30, 2006 9:33 PM
Subject: Re: [atlas_craftsman] Bolt Removal
I'd quicklly pull out my hot wrench and give it a bit of heat
(red hot will soften the bolt right up if it is hardened) and
then drive the remover in before turning it. Be sure that you're
turning it the right way as some car makers do left hand bolts on
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- I hope you never owned a Fiat. Not only were most of the parts only
available from the dealer, the tools to get them in and out were also
only available from the dealer!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, LouD31M066@... wrote:
> I am NOT a fan of guaranteed to leak aluminum rims nor $pecial only
> dealer part$
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