How to Remove Seize Bolts?

Answer Bolts seize when the protective oils that are applied to the bolt during the manufacturing process are removed when the bolt is subjected to heat and moisture. One of both of the listed conditions ... Read More »

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How to Remove Lug Bolts?

There are several reasons that you may need to remove lug bolts from your car wheels. Luckily, the process is fairly simple as long as you are careful. There may be a variety of reasons that you ne... Read More »

How Do I Remove Tap & Die Allen Bolts?

Allen bolts have a hexagon-shaped head that requires an Allen wrench to turn, tighten or loosen the bolt rather than a tradition flat-head or Phillips-head slot. Allen bolts work in the same way as... Read More »

How to Remove Crank Bolts?

Crank bolts hold the crank pulley to the crank shaft in a vehicle. Removing a crank bolt requires that you hold the pulley still while removing the bolt. These bolts typically require 600 to 900 lb... Read More »

How to Remove Caliper Bolts?

Caliper bolts are designed to secure the brake caliper to the vehicle rotor, allowing the brake pads to sit inside the caliper. When the brake pedal is applied, the pads are moved toward the rotor ... Read More »