Question about 1989 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
That's a tough question... If the bolts are the ones that belong there, generally they are grade 8 hardware which is very hard compared to a standard fastener. If you need to save the flywheel, I'd try hammering a wrong (but close) size 6 point socket on and then try to turn it out. You might also try and find a very good quality carbide drill bit and drill into the center, then use larger drill bits 'till the head can be removed. Once tension is off the bolt shaft and the flywheel is out of the way you may be able to just turn the remainder out of the crank flange with a reverse drill, e-z out or just pliers..
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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