so any help or info about getting these SOBs out would be greatly appreciated! these kinda things almost make me not wanna work on these old motors
The easiest way to prevent that is to hold the impact driver with both hands, have a friend ready with a hammer, and, when you nod your head, he can hit it...moto234 said:...then on top if it today i hit my hand as hard as i could when i misssed the impact driver!...
moto234 said:as some of you may have read in my other thread about the clutch screws im having a little trouble lately getting some screws out. well i gave up on those for now cause nothing would work and i dont have the proper tools to drill them out and all that.
last week i got a ct70h motor from 50whip and today i was gonna take it all apart and check everything out and low and behold every case screw is a phillips head. NO!!!!!!! im not sure if all old motors are like that but o man do i hate phillips screws that havent moved in 30+ years.
every single screw i tried to get out stripped! im using the correct size bit in an impact screw driver and they wont budge, i even applied a bit of heat to them and no go.
do you guys have any suggestions other than drilling them out? i only have a basic tool set here at my apartment and i only have access to a huge tool set a few times a month when i go to my parents.
if i cant figure anything out im just gonna take these parts with me next time i visit and either cut slots in all the heads or easy out them. i cant think of any other way and these things are starting to get me really pissed!!!
and then on top if it today i hit my hand as hard as i could when i misssed the impact driver! heres some pics:
pics dont look as bad as it is lol and i know its a cute ring you dont have to say it
cdoublejj said:i feel yaaa i had to work at those screws too wound up buying a lifan, still got take th 65 top end off the 50 bottom and build up the 65 i'll have to get a screw/bolt kit cause the old screws suck.
moto234 said:it doesnt turn ha! that would most likely be why it isnt working huh? piece o shiito i guess im gonna have to purchase a new one
and no some oldies are hot, i like milfs
theroc1961 said:Some of these impact drivers do have a nasty habit of reversing themselves right in the middle of a project. It's a pretty violent tool by nature and it's not a bad idea to check the direction after each strike. I like to make a small mark on the screw and case with a sharpie and with this I can tell weather the screw is moving clockwise or ct-clockwise with each strike.