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I replaced it but the drum only turned for a small time then tightened up. I suspect may be reverse thread. . how can I fix it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bolts on caliper stuck
Anti seize compound is probably nut used so it will take some force to break them loose. DO NOT USE HEAT for that will weaken the harden steels strength. Use the tool that fits on to these bolts and firmly swat them very hard with a dead blow hammer. The shock from the force will break apart the rust inside
Posted on May 23, 2009
This pickup must have been in a dramatic wreck! Jack up the driver's side-front and remove the wheel and inner fender panel so that you can directly access the area. Clamp the steering box to the frame and do the drill/remove process. The old bolt ends may just screw on through when you start to drill (good luck). Use grade #5 or better new bolts.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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