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someone help!, Is the 10mm bolt for the cps usually pretty snug? This is the original one and I don't want to break it getting it out, I've soaked it with pb blaster, it's not left hand threads is it?-thanks

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Re: cps bolt

sometimes they can be a pain, make sure you use a quality 6 point socket. Its regular thread, by the way.
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I've got a good 6 point I'll just have to try it after the pb blaster soaks all night, I'm replacing the water pump so I felt it was a good time to change it out.thanks

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Re: cps bolt

A touch of anti seize before you reinstall is a real good idea. Do you have access to any Kroil, it's from Kano labs and is a fantastic product for loosening frozen/rusted nuts/bolts etc.

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Re: cps bolt

Just keep at it and be careful...mine was the same way...EXTREMELY tough to get off the first time.

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