tips for removing class 2 for upcoming class 3 upgrade?

tips for removing class 2 for upcoming class 3 upgrade?

Postby stocked [OP] » November 28th 2009, 7:47am

I'm thinking 2 cans of PB Blaster and possibly a oxy/propane torch for those Oh so stubborn bolts :twisted:... lol. Anyone have any other suggestions?
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Re: tips for removing class 2 for upcoming class 3 upgrade?

Postby Big_kid » November 28th 2009, 2:41pm

Goggles, respirator(I've heard that burning PB Blaster is VERY nasty stuff) angle grinder, sharp drill bits, and a tap.
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Re: tips for removing class 2 for upcoming class 3 upgrade?

Postby Jasen » November 28th 2009, 7:16pm

I use my plumber torch with MAP gas, you never have to worry about cutting into anything.
Use some anti seize for the new install. Might get some rustoleum to repaint the contact area's to help slow down the rust, and a box you bandaids.
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