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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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