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Ke70 panhard rod. can't get it off

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Hi all!

I'm trying to remove the panhard rod from the ke70. But i fail on the right hand side.
The nut is off but i can't get the bolt out. it spins with almost no problem but i can't get it out off the rod or mount.

I have tried to warm it up and i have hammered on it like a bastard but no luck. am i missing something? or is the bolt suppose to just slide out but mine is stuck in the bushing or something?

any help is much appriciated. is violence the way to go or is there a trick to this?

Hope my english skills is good enough.

thanks// Dennis

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it spins with almost no problem

Threre are no tricks that I know of, have you sprayed it with CRC or WD40 or similar.  I usually turn it as I hit the other side.  Leave the nut on the end to protect the threads of the bolt.

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I’m assuming if it’s spinning and not coming out you’ve stripped the bolt? Try jamming something behind the head of the bolt and lever on it to apply pressure as you try and unwind it, helps at times

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Thanks!
I will try som leverage on it and try to spin it while going on with the hammer.
maybe an ordinary screw clamp will do the job and pushing it out.

And yes i have sprayed it with wd40 (and swedens most used similar product) but nu luck.

//Dennis

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Jack it up and then hammer on the side,make sure put the nut on also try to put some kerosene

 

Edited by Ron

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