Head Bolt Drill Guide

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Head Bolt Drill Guide

Postby Harold R » Wed Nov 02, 2011 3:13 pm

They can sure rear their ugly heads from time to time! :x

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Thanks to head Gremlin chaser....Dad. :lol: He can come up with some of the slickest ideas.

Nice, easy to use, easy to make...(sorta) gizmo.

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Just grind off nub of bolt down flush to block....(or as close as you can without gouging into the block, re-install head...no gasket and just snug with enough bolts to insure alignment, place drilled dummy bolt in broken bolt hole, and drill pilot hole. We drilled just a tiny bit at a time to check alignment. Once hole was drilled, we removed head and used larger drill bits until we could flake out old threads. Worked really well.

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He'd rather be here than at home in the easy chair.
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