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Bolt broke that attaches the blade to the slider on the handle. The nut for the bolt needs replaced also.
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Posted on Dec 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: IDLER PULLEY BOLT
I think your best bet would be a junkyard or used parts like You Pull It.There seems to be no store that has the bolt. there are plenty that have the pully.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
If your talking about the lower ball joint , the OEM ball joint is riveted on with three rivets, the replacement is bolted on with three bolts/nuts. Carefully drill out these rivets (try not to elongate the mounting holes) . Drill the heads off and use a pin punch to remove the rivets. Pull off the old ball joint and install new with attaching hardware (which should be provided in kit). I can't remember the torque values, any shop should be able to provide this but I think it's 50 ft. lbs.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
was this the bolt in center of the tensioner pulley? if so you will need to remove and replace the tensioner assembly, if not which bolt did you break?
Posted on May 26, 2009
You can try to drill out the broken bolts, or you can use heat, if you can grasp the bit of bolt poking out the back side of the plate. Get the bolt tips red hot with a torch or as hot as you can. Grab the parts of the bolt with a vise grip pliers and try and turn it out. If this does not work, you will have to drill a small starter hole in the bolt to weaken them and allow it to shrink a-bit and turn out.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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Apr 25, 2015 | 1997 Kia Sportage
Fig. 3: Note the directions in which you can turn the handle: left-free, right-lock
Fig. 4: With the handle in the free position, remove the six hub cover bolts
Fig. 5: Pull the cover off
Fig. 7: ... then remove the center bolt and washer
Fig. 8: Next, remove the outside mounting nuts and washers
Fig. 10: ... then remove the cone washers
Fig. 11: The free wheeling body should come off easily; be sure to discard the old gaskets
Oct 29, 2011 | Cars & Trucks
Exploded view of the free wheeling hub
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Turn the handle with your hand to the free position
Note the directions in which you can turn the handle: left-free, right-lock
With the handle in the free position, remove the six hub cover bolts
Pull the cover off
Using the correct size wrench, loosen ...
... then remove the center bolt and washer
Next, remove the outside mounting nuts and washers
Using a brass bar and hammer, tap on the bolt ends ...
... then remove the cone washers
The free wheeling body should come off easily; be sure to discard the old gaskets
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