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Need to change head gasket have removed 16 bolts from the head two more to remove having problems removing these (striped the allen key trying to remove these)

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Not sure where you live but you can get a special socket to fit around the outside of the bolt to get this out. lowes has a gorilla socket, orielly had Thompson sockets but one of your local parts stores can aid you in a socket to grip the bolt on the outside to remove it. hope this helps

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