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Are they that stuck on? Mine came right off. Get a impact driver, they always come in handy for shit like this
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Ummmmm.... I'd give a hair dryer a go before the soldering iron lol.


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Pffft. Soldering iron, hot enough to loosen up bolts? Get out of here.

Ever tried just SOLDERING with one?!?!?! Fcuking things can't even do that!


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Pffft. Soldering iron, hot enough to loosen up bolts? Get out of here.

Ever tried just SOLDERING with one?!?!?! Fcuking things can't even do that!


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But in all seriousness.. I'm not very good at soldering.
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Pffft. Soldering iron, hot enough to loosen up bolts? Get out of here.

Ever tried just SOLDERING with one?!?!?! Fcuking things can't even do that!


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I'll be doing this to the ignition side hopefully this winter. Great write up. Need to get a gasket cause mine was used.

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I'll be doing this to the ignition side hopefully this winter. Great write up. Need to get a gasket cause mine was used.
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Do I need to get a specific gasket from woodcraft or can I get the OEM one from a dealership? That is the only other thing I will be missing since mine is used?

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