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  • #16
    The vise grips worked.The bolt on the left was a pain in the you know what but they both finally broke free.I just hope that the other side isn't as hard to get off.Thanks for the help.I don't know why I didn't think of just useing vise grips in the first place,I guess sometimes you just have to look yourself in the mirror and go DUH!!!

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    • #17
      Now that I got the front end off does anybody have any tips for getting rid of the undercoating that is on there?I think its undercaoting anyway,could just be fifty years of built up dirt.

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      • #18
        If you have access. Use a flat blade on an air chisel. Works great one old dried out undercoating. The vibration causes most of it to fall off. Use a very shallow angle and be carefull
        Good Roads
        Brian

        Brian Woods
        woodysrods@shaw.ca
        1946 M Series (Shop Truck)
        Brian Woods
        woodysrods@shaw.ca
        1946 M Series (Shop Truck)

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