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Hey y'all, new to the forum here from Galveston, Tx.

I am working on a 1964 c10 and I am having a hard time trying to remove the bleeder screw from the rear passenger side. I've tried soaking it in wd40, using vise grips, using heat...nothing so far.


Any ideas on how I can get it removed?
 

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sign0016 To C10 Trucks A few ways, you can drill it out, use an easy out, any way you do it it would be easier off the backing plate in a vice ...Think if you have a lot of trouble just replace it anim_25
 

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sign0016 To C10 Trucks A few ways, you can drill it out, use an easy out, any way you do it it would be easier off the backing plate in a vice ...Think if you have a lot of trouble just replace it anim_25
I have on several occasions had to replace them and that section of brake line trying to get them off...
 

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Cool...if you haven`t bled the system yet if would be wise to replaced your rubber flex lines now if they are original, they sometimes look good but will collapse on the inside giving you fits with bleeding and uneven brake application.
 
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