Seized Bolts In Tight Spots No Longer A Problem With This Trick!

Nothing can stop a project in its tracks faster than a frozen or seized bolt. Your first step is to use blunt force by whacking it with a hammer to loosen it. But what if there is not enough room for you to maneuver the hammer, making this method impossible?

The next step is to apply lubricant in the hope that this would loosen the seized bolt. But while this will work in most cases, there are simply times when even leaving the lubricant on overnight will not loosen the bolt. Should you give up or keep trying other methods?

This video will show you how you can remove stuck bolts in tight places. While it’s likely you won’t encounter this extreme situation often, it is still handy to have this tip handy in your bag of tricks. After all, you’ll never know when you’ll need to pull it out.

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2 thoughts on “Seized Bolts In Tight Spots No Longer A Problem With This Trick!

  • October 12, 2017 at 12:40 pm
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    all done on a vise?
    Why not show it on the first bolt that was “stuck”?

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  • January 8, 2018 at 1:05 pm
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    12 point Craftsman piece of shit wrenches is the worst choice to try turn stuck fastener!!!!!!

    The 12 point wrenches and sockets has small teeth that contact the bolts that will round off the bolts and nuts that you are taking off and give you a bigger problem than you had before you started.

    Use a 6 point wrenches and sockets will have more contact all the around the bolts and nuts, with less risk of rounding them off doing this.

    Good luck

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