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Old 06-11-2012, 10:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What's the best way to remove these? Are they reverse thread or standard?
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regular threaded i believe. usually they use loctite from the factory, i believe blue loctite. if you can't remove it, heat it up some. then wrap the feed neck up in something, and then use a wrench/vice/other tool to twist it.
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a strap wrench is the best way.
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Or if you have some old loader you don't care about breaking, clamp it in and use the loader as leverage. The threads are right handed, 7/8-20 if i recall correctly.

I used a old halo to unscrew mine.
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Thanks guys. Has anyone had to heat them up before?
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Thanks guys. Has anyone had to heat them up before?
yep. id recommend boiling water. the anno they have should stand up to heat of a blowtorch, but with my luck, I've never tried it.
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Boiling water is way too much work.

Just get a small lighter and heat the threads to shock the loctite. Follow that up with a strap wrench and pull it off.

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