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Old 01-11-2004, 11:45:02 PM
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Any body ever use this? I saw it on another web site and thought it might be useful. X-TRACTALLOY Virtually eliminates problems associated with broken off bolts X-TRACTALLOY is a special application welding alloy designed to remove broken bolts, studs, drill bits, taps and other threaded fasteners. X-TRACTALLOY works on all types of steel, stainless steel, tool steel and nickel based alloys. It works in all positions, when the broken stud is flush with the surface or recessed deep in the housing. The extremely high strength of the alloy provides the needed torsional strength to remove even the toughest broken stud.

X-TRACTALLOY has a special flux coating that protects the threads during the welding process and an IGNITORTM tip that provide instant arc initiation.

It comes with complete instruction and is available in sizes for bolts ranging from 3/16" to over 3".
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