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Rounded rotor bolt removal...

...and without damaging the rotor at all!! Don't try this at home kids (or at least not with your own wheel)...he's a proffessional. No seriously!

7 Comments

  • + 3
 i would have used a small hack saw on the bolt to make a flat head screw driver fit then just unscrew. or sometimes you can tap back the bolt with a flat rod of steel which then pushes the metal back down inside the bolt. still what ever works to get the job done. it sucks when that happens, one of my pivot bolts was stripped so we tapped it back the just undid the bolt, presto new bolt in.
  • + 1
 That's the usual tactic, but he hated that hub with a vengeance lol
  • + 1
 fair play, hope the new hub is better.
  • + 2
 hahah man that was so fun!
  • + 2
 very inventive! just dont do that with a clients rig!
  • + 2
 And you did that why?
  • + 1
 Weight saving man, weight saving Wink lol

It was my mates wheel...totally screwed ..split rim, skipping hub...There's was a shiny new MTX on Pro2 sitting in the corner Smile






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