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Old April 22, 2006, 11:29 AM   #26
okievarmint
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Location: Spaulding, Oklahoma
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Believe it or not, I've seen this a number of times before. The one time that I could not remove it with means already mentioned here(oil, air press, etc.), I filed serrations in the end of a piece of sched. 40 pcv pipe, drilled opposing holes in opposite end, and inserted a long bolt for use as a "T" handle. With patience and pressure, using the serrated end as a saw, the obstruction will be removed. It took me cutting new serrations a number of times, and I had to deal with removing a small amount of pcv residue, but that was easily dealt with, and no damage to bore. Good Luck.
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