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Spinning bolt rear bushing.


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Hi there! I've gotten a little mess now when I was gonna replace the rear bushing. The bolt is just spinning. The "cover" that was supposed to hold the nut in place was rusted so it loosened when I tried to remove it. It's very tight and narrow so it's hard to reach with any tool, I don't have a welder. I tried a "multitool" with a metall blade to cut it of, but halfway trough it the teeth look pretty worn down. Any experience with this?

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If you cannot get a pair of vice grips on it. Then if you’re halfway through cutting it you might need to buy a couple of new blades to complete.

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On 8/13/2021 at 12:39 PM, Bernard Foy said:

If you cannot get a pair of vice grips on it. Then if you’re halfway through cutting it you might need to buy a couple of new blades to complete.

thanks, the blades cost over 30 euroo a piece, I'm going with an anglegrinder now and just going through and will get it welded back, thanks!

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i dont where you are buying your blades in the uk we have Saxton blades that are cheap and good quality the Bosch blades are not that expensive

A wooden wedge would have done the job or even a pry bar

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