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Illflem said "Turn it backwards, counter clockwise, till you feel the threads drop in then turn it the right way. "
That does work often when trying to thread a bolt that is plain ornery.
1997 3500 club cab Automatic 3.54 gears towing and camper package. Still stock with 116k on it so far. 4" dynomax stainless exhaust, 4kgsk, and pacbrake exhaust brake waiting for installation. Still need ideas for improvements for hauling 15k fifth wheel.
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i had the exact same problem. its not the nut. at least i highly doubt it. i had to take the little arm off that sits right next to the hole to get it off. just loosin a little set nut on it and pull the arm off then you can line the plug up waaayyy easier and it wont rub on anything. i took that arm off and had it on in 5 minutes
97,2wd,5 spd, 150k,4510 nano,5in to 6in miter,100 plate,afc mods,egt boost fp,valair single,16*,4k gsk-60pounders,traction bars,.10 over gasket, tork tek ofv,.025 dvs, he351vgt 406hp 9-29-12
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