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7/30/2013 8:10 PM

So, i was putting some brakes on my frame with the removable brake mounts, and the bolt that holds the brake arm onto the mount was what i was using to screw the mount in. Well, its fuckin stuck now and i cant get it out. what do?

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7/30/2013 8:13 PM

i just grinned mine down and welded some tabs on but you could try some lube and use some pliers or something to get it off. just keep on trying sand you will get it

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7/31/2013 12:02 AM

I'm sorry but if you make your thread title this is gay not many people are going to bother to reply. Some people might think you're stupid. Besides that you should be able to get it out eventually. If you can't get it out i would just take it to a machine shop or do what jamiespadina did

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I dont say stupid things, just no one knows what im talking about.

7/31/2013 8:40 AM

Lol, i dont care if they think im stupid... and i've tried like everything, would some wd 40 lube the bolt or just get in the way, its the only thing i have to spray in there. Its not even coming off with vice grips around the mount

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7/31/2013 8:55 AM

Icant180 wrote:

Lol, i dont care if they think im stupid... and i've tried like everything, would some wd 40 lube the bolt or just get in the way, its the only thing i have to spray in there. Its not even coming off with vice grips around the mount

Seeing as how WD 40 isn't a lube... i'd say no it wouldn't work.

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7/31/2013 9:19 AM

Chrisaustin wrote:

Seeing as how WD 40 isn't a lube... i'd say no it wouldn't work.

i always wondered why it says works great for chains on the back

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7/31/2013 9:26 AM

Icant180 wrote:

i always wondered why it says works great for chains on the back

The only thing it would do for a chain is keep it from rusting... WD 40 is a Water Displacement thats why its called WD.

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7/31/2013 9:29 AM

If it got rust WD-40 would help.

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7/31/2013 3:14 PM

Chrisaustin wrote:

The only thing it would do for a chain is keep it from rusting... WD 40 is a Water Displacement thats why its called WD.

I know dude... but i meant the part where it says great for lubricating. liars.

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7/31/2013 3:18 PM

Icant180 wrote:

I know dude... but i meant the part where it says great for lubricating. liars.

Haha... I think they like ruining peoples lives

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7/31/2013 6:52 PM

Icant180 wrote:

i always wondered why it says works great for chains on the back

Chrisaustin wrote:

The only thing it would do for a chain is keep it from rusting... WD 40 is a Water Displacement thats why its called WD.

Icant180 wrote:

I know dude... but i meant the part where it says great for lubricating. liars.

It lubricates for about 5 minutes, then evaporates leaving clean, bare metal.

Then rust!

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