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    oh, crud..

    I am replacing the stator generator on the yamaha rhino 660. I spent the day getting to it (it is inside of the starter clutch and behind the water pump). I was unbolting a wire holder that had two Allen wrench screws. Apparently, they was baked in and the heads sheared off. Now there are two bolts baked into the starter clutch/ water pump cover. The rhino is an 04 660. I really want this thing fixed this a big kick in the a$$. Any ideas on getting them out other than drilling?

    Thanks, guys

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    Drilling them with a small bit, soaking them with "PB Blaster", and extracting with a proper sized easy-out bit is all I can offer for advice.
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    I've always had great luck with left-hand drill bits, often the heat and friction from drilling will turn them right out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I've always had great luck with left-hand drill bits, often the heat and friction from drilling will turn them right out.
    Ken,

    Thanks for the info. I will try to get a left hand bit today. I was gonna turn it on the drillpress, but I guess I'll have to use the hand power drill. Any advice?

    Thanks a lot!!

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    If the bolts are big enough, weld a nut to what is left of the bolt. Worked slick on the aluminum head on my 2500hd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    I am replacing the stator generator on the yamaha rhino 660. I spent the day getting to it (it is inside of the starter clutch and behind the water pump). I was unbolting a wire holder that had two Allen wrench screws. Apparently, they was baked in and the heads sheared off. Now there are two bolts baked into the starter clutch/ water pump cover. The rhino is an 04 660. I really want this thing fixed this a big kick in the a$$. Any ideas on getting them out other than drilling?

    Thanks, guys

    John
    I have seen beeswax work really well getting stuck/rusted and broken bolts out. 'course you have to heat it a bit for the wax to get in. I know it works really well with exhaust manifold bolts. Then the left hand drill and easy out. Just don't break the easy out off in it.... then you will have a mess.
    Good Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFreund1 View Post
    If the bolts are big enough, weld a nut to what is left of the bolt. Worked slick on the aluminum head on my 2500hd.
    Thanks for the info. But, unfortunately, 1) the bolt broke off flat with the part, and. 2) I don't know how to weld
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snaggletooth View Post
    I have seen beeswax work really well getting stuck/rusted and broken bolts out. 'course you have to heat it a bit for the wax to get in. I know it works really well with exhaust manifold bolts. Then the left hand drill and easy out. Just don't break the easy out off in it.... then you will have a mess.
    Good Luck
    I'm not sure, but I think the bolt is baked in there... Will what you said still work?
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    Got an extractor and new bolts today. Will try to get it done tomorrow or this weekend. Will post pics and updates
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I've always had great luck with left-hand drill bits, often the heat and friction from drilling will turn them right out.
    Same here. Left handed drill bits. Use a good grade bit and make sure you start it with an accurately placed center punch.


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