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JB Weld a Nut To a Stripped Bolt? - September 6, 2011, 08:02 AM

I need to try and have a nut welded onto a stripped bolt on my project. While I cannot weld and have no equipment will JB Weld work at all with enough of a hold to get a stripped bolt out?
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September 6, 2011, 08:17 AM

depends on how stuck it is.....but most likely no....

get Ez out or use some heat...acetylene torch


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September 6, 2011, 08:18 AM

Can you take a pic and post it. That will help getting info. I can help you if needed.


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September 6, 2011, 08:46 AM

Tried the heat thing already but will look at ez out.


I will post some pictures when I get home, cant quite do that at work

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Depending on whats around said broke bolt it would be good to invest in a good/drill set


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September 6, 2011, 10:55 AM

Well for reference until I get a photo up, the bolt is the oil cover bolt on a 1978 Yamaha XS 400. the bolt its self is maybe 3-4 inches long, about an inch of it on the end is threaded. The rest of the bolt is smooth with some holes in it (i guess for the oil to pass through). The head of the bolt is on the front lower part of the motor.
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Well for reference until I get a photo up, the bolt is the oil cover bolt on a 1978 Yamaha XS 400. the bolt its self is maybe 3-4 inches long, about an inch of it on the end is threaded. The rest of the bolt is smooth with some holes in it (i guess for the oil to pass through). The head of the bolt is on the front lower part of the motor.

do you have a new one of these "bolts" after possibly destroying the old one?
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Here are some pictures of the oil cover and you can see the head of the bolt in the middle of the cover.




I do have an extra cover and bolt just in case they do have to get destroyed lol
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September 6, 2011, 04:41 PM

Im not seeing how JB Weld is going to fix this?
Whats the problem... the end of that bolt is threaded into something under that cover, and it just spins and won't come out?


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September 6, 2011, 04:44 PM

Wait, I think I see what you are saying. The head of the nut has been stripped and "rounded" not letting you get a grip on it? Correct?


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Big pair of vice grips!!! You could try to heat it up that would help.


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dremel + cutting wheel might be worth a shot before drilling... either cut a slot into it or flatten off two edges.
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