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Broken exhaust stud on Cylinder head

Any ideas on how to remove the broken exhaust clamp stud?

I was supposed to leave to go riding today.


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Can you weld something to the end? Otherwise maybe a grinder to make a flat edge. Then just make sure it's sprayed real good with WD40/PB Blaster. Never tried it, but just my thoughts.
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I suspect you are going to have to remove the head, then weld a nut to the stud , let it cool a moment then turn it out

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My brother stopped over last night with his welder and welded a nut to the end of the stud and we got her out.

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My brother stopped over last night with his welder and welded a nut to the end of the stud and we got her out.

good deal! How did it break in the 1st place?

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No clue. Last time I rode it there was a miss/backfire when slowing down, now I know why. I noticed the head pipe moving when I was removing the slip-on to repack it.

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