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    Motor mount bolt removal ?

    I'm getting ready to change the belt on my supercharger ('09 Ultra260). What wrench or combinations are you guys using to remove those hard to get at Motor mount bolts ??


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    what ever works best for you 14mm ratchet ring spanner works fine

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    Just a socket set and a LOT of extensions. A swivel socket or swivel adaptor makes it easy too.

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    as i said whatever suites but their really is alot of room to get your hands down in there i steer away from sockets and extensions because you cant hold the socket square on the bolt. also take care not to tear the alloy threads out work the loctite loose

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    The real question should be which one will be the biggest knuckle duster!

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    Thanks guys. I was thinking a open end ratchet extension. I expect to use a series of combinations.
    Not sure what the ratchet ring spanner is ?

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    You might check out craftsman .. They have some short throw ratchet wrenches for the hard to reach places. some have a swivel head on them too. Just a suggestion!!

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    I used the Friebe wrench. just saying...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrewNJ View Post
    Just a socket set and a LOT of extensions. A swivel socket or swivel adaptor makes it easy too.
    Said the BEST.
    Once you do it, you'd know it's a piece of cake.

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    Whewww!!! Done!!! 2-1/2hrs and 2 flashlites later. Got 2 belts thru the coupler. Ready for my new pulley and hub.
    A 14mm socket on a swivel adaptor, followed by a couple 10"wobbler extensions did most of the brute work. Then finished off with a stubby swiveling ratchet box end 14mm.
    Actually, not so bad, very straight forward job.
    Thanks all.
    Yeah, even Robert.

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