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Bolts that hold double shoot manifold john deere 1910

Trying to remove the 6mm x 190 mm carriage bolts under the tank,that holds the double shoot manifolds up. Any suggestions, they are so corroded for penetrating oil etc.

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You can do every trick in the book - I even tried a small Coring bit In a drill too bore the outside of seized mm bolt... Good idea , didn't work..

At the end of the day get ready too buy that whole unit - you will never separate a double shoot after it's had a few years in it ...

Miracle worker if u are able too , those bolts and plastic weld up pretty good!!

The bolts are like 8 bucks each - but you can match them up too a standard size-

Price out fixing it before u tear it apart , those things are dipped in tritantium or something $$

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....took me a while to get them out......my cart had 8 years on it with heavy fert use. I only got 3 bolts not out. When i changed over everything to SS parts, i replaced also those bolts with SS.

Let's face it......
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I am converting the 3 tanks over to stainless steel parts and stainless steel hardware, this is the hardest part of the whole job. Priced out all the manifolds and when I need to I sacrifice the cheapest one. Have 90% of the bolts out from the one tank so far. I am using an air hammer with a point and once u get them to move the go easy, but to get them to move. Replacing with 1/4 inch by 8 inch 316 stainless carriage bolt.
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I tried to drill out in a drill press also and either the bit just runs side to side or tried to use like a 1/8 inch bit for pilot hole and bit just bends.
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You can do every trick in the book - I even tried a small Coring bit In a drill too bore the outside of seized mm bolt... Good idea , didn't work..

At the end of the day get ready too buy that whole unit - you will never separate a double shoot after it's had a few years in it ...

Miracle worker if u are able too , those bolts and plastic weld up pretty good!!

The bolts are like 8 bucks each - but you can match them up too a standard size-

Price out fixing it before u tear it apart , those things are dipped in tritantium or something $$
Yep,
I also cracked the bolts welded to the flange inside the tank, holding it all up, now those are a pain to reweld and line up.
But now I am as good as new.... for another 4 years.
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We ended up grinding the carriage heads off the bolts then we would slice the side of the manifolds along where the bolts run with a hacksaw or zip disk. We were able to reuse all of the manifolds and now in the future if we need to take it apart again it will be a quick easy job. If you go look at the new 1910 carts they are now molded so that the bolts are no longer enclosed.
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I am confused to why those 6x190 bolts would ever need to be removed. I have replaced all my meter boxes with stainless and have never had to split the plastic manifolds apart. Or is there something to service within the manifolds?
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On ours the steel plate had rusted so bad that it was binding on the double shoot slide selector so we had to take it apart to clean all the rust out and repaint. If I'd had more time and money I would have replaced everything with stainless but considering that it went 12 years without having to be taken apart it probably won't be around long enough that I will have to do it again.
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Needed to be removed because I am replacing all steel parts on bottom of tank with stainless steel so manifolds need to be moved over

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