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    In some deep Sh*t....stripped charger screw....

    Like stated, i completely stripped the top supercharger screw. I obviously have to cut it where the charger is screwed on but has anyone tried it and with what grinder....I live in Miami and i'm willing to pay someone if they can do it, cause i don't have the right grinder for it. any and i mean ANY help please let me know....I need to get this fixed asap. Thanks guys


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    Have somebody tack weld a nut on it and back it out. It should be no problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksalles View Post
    Have somebody tack weld a nut on it and back it out. It should be no problem.
    wow...ok now my question is ...Does ANYONE in Miami, FLORIDA want to take this challenge on. ? Please let me know. Thanks again

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    Theres really not alot of room behing the Scer for welding IMO..Youll need to take a die grinder or dremel tool with a cutting wheel and cut the rest of the head off...After that youll need to pull the other 2 bolts out and slide the charger out..It will be a bit of a pain in the ass but it will come..After that then you can either weld a nut to it OR just use a vice grip and back it out of the Scer..Once you have the bolt out go to your local hardware store and replace the torx head bolts with Stainless Steel hex heed bolts and you will never have this issue again...

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    Yeah good luck welding it. Just cut it off. Do like snoman said.

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    I have a dremel but it cant cut it because of the angle the blade is spinning.....

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    Dremel tool with a cut off wheel, and 5 minutes max time..... your done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMonster View Post
    I have a dremel but it cant cut it because of the angle the blade is spinning.....
    If you can't make a clean cut due to the angle... just grind the head of the bolt off with a fiber cut off wheel.

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    That Dremel tool can be used with over 10,123,673,000 attachments, surely you can find a cutting or grinding head to get to it.!!!!

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    if i grind off the head will I still be able to yank it out or will the threads still hold it in place.

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