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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Jan 13th, 12, 11:46 AM Thread Starter
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Stud in Wilwood Bracket

Hey guys, I want to get this bracket anodized and I need to remove the steel stud first. What would be a good way to remove it? I don't see any lock tite in the threads but when I put two nuts on the stud and lock them together and try to back it out, it seems to not want to back out. I haven't tried to put it in a vise and put alot force on it to back it yet. Would heating the bracket up be a good idea? Looking for any ideas you guys have.



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Re: Stud in Wilwood Bracket

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Hey guys, I want to get this bracket anodized and I need to remove the steel stud first. What would be a good way to remove it? I don't see any lock tite in the threads but when I put two nuts on the stud and lock them together and try to back it out, it seems to not want to back out. I haven't tried to put it in a vise and put alot force on it to back it yet. Would heating the bracket up be a good idea? Looking for any ideas you guys have.



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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old Jan 15th, 12, 05:43 PM
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Re: Stud in Wilwood Bracket

Are you sure it's not a press fit?
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Re: Stud in Wilwood Bracket

As Todd suggests, looks like a press fit.
Leave them be and tape them up before anodizing.

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