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removing a tough exhaust

Post by RAB on Tue Oct 20 2009, 18:37

if your not fussed about keeping it, a oil filter chain remover works a treat cheers
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Post by mike d on Tue Oct 20 2009, 18:47

or you can heat it up.....with a blow lamp or oxy-acetylene......its amazing what some heat can do>>>>>>>>>

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Post by JONESEY on Tue Oct 20 2009, 19:10

It depends on what the exhaust is on give us a clue Shocked
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it should fit most

Post by RAB on Tue Oct 20 2009, 19:15

i have to use what tools i have , i dont have many, it works well though cheers
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Post by JONESEY on Tue Oct 20 2009, 19:47

What engine is the exhast fitted to.
Sort your self out Ryan you need tools lol! lol!
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Re: removing a tough exhaust

Post by Guest on Wed Oct 21 2009, 13:11

ryan wrote:if your not fussed about keeping it, a oil filter chain remover works a treat cheers

the alternative is using stillsons, the trick is though, not to use one, but two, one next to the other, the idea of this is, you put the same force over twice the area, and it usually stops the pipe from collapsing.

even easier, if you can, fit the exhaust (by the flange i assume) to a working engine and get it upto working temperature before you apply force, this will make the job easier again.

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