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Old 09-21-2012, 05:42 AM
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Easy out and heat.... best tools around or try it caveman spec. A hammer a sharp.chisel heat and try.to.get it to spin....ill post pic 100% of this easy out. I know Snapon and Marco sell.them

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Old 09-24-2012, 05:33 PM
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Re: the evil bleeding screw

Well?
I'd try a torx socket that barely fits in. Heat it first and often until it moves. Torx which are generally only good for stripping out do come in handy with these from time to time. Had to use this trick on my WK last weekend.
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Re: the evil bleeding screw

i bought a set of pipe nipple fittings from ebay and got it to bite enought to torq it out, thanks everyone for the ideas and advice im gonna go to autozone tomarrow and get a oil pan drain plug that is the same size so i can throw a socket on it
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Re: the evil bleeding screw

WOW still going with this
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Re: the evil bleeding screw

It's fixed now that is by far the biggest pia thing I've ever had to deal with on my jeep
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Re: the evil bleeding screw

My bleeder is leaking slightly any suggestions
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Re: the evil bleeding screw

Remove, wrap threads with teflon tape reinstall.
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Ignore it until something breaks and then fix it.
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Re: the evil bleeding screw

Get a show to weld a head onto the end of it.
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