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I was removing my Budbuilts today so the dealer can work on my rig and one of the anchor nuts broke off from the welds inside the frame, Luckily there was enough room to stick a finger in throught the top and push the nut out a bottom hole. The problem is it is one of the bolts that attach the angled bars that go from the frame to the crossmember right where the exhaust pipe drops down and crosses over so I think it's a structural anti flex area. I don't think it's possible to re weld it. I was thinking JB weld but I dont want it to get on the threads and super glue the bolt into there in case I need to drop the skid again. Any Ideas??



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Ok your probly going to laugh but this worked for me. I had the same problem with a nut holding on the stock trailor hitch. What I did was go out and by a new nut and bolt I hot glued a coat hanger to the nut and stuck thru the hole in the frame and lined it up with the bolt hole and threaded it up and it was tight enough to torque it down, then just pull the hanger out. ( use lots of hot glue on the nut but don`t get any in the thread area. Hope this helps...Steve
 

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Sanderhawk said:
Ok your probly going to laugh but this worked for me. I had the same problem with a nut holding on the stock trailor hitch. What I did was go out and by a new nut and bolt I hot glued a coat hanger to the nut and stuck thru the hole in the frame and lined it up with the bolt hole and threaded it up and it was tight enough to torque it down, then just pull the hanger out. ( use lots of hot glue on the nut but don`t get any in the thread area. Hope this helps...Steve
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