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Russ42
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2 weeks ago

Well, the hole saw did the job of getting the things out. Was quick and easy. After I removed the remainder of the bolts, the deeper rusty dynabolt bi ...

Russ42
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3 weeks ago

Thanks Guys, I have had limited success on my first bolt as the brick around the bolt was so broken up it just crumbled and so I have a sizable hole t ...

Russ42
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3 weeks ago

Thanks Red. I have only ever been disappointed with the results from WD40. This is probably been because it is a Water Dispersant and I have not used ...

Russ42
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3 weeks ago

Thanks Ted, a very good idea to try first. I suspect trying to drill it out will be an exercise in frustration. I can see the drill bit getting part w ...

Russ42
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a month ago

Thanks Mitchell. I have gone off Dynabolts bit time! Plastic plugs seem to be a lot less of a problem.

Russ42
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I have quite a few places where dynabolts have been put into the bricks in the past and have since rusted up badly making them thus far impossible to ...

Russ42
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a month ago

Well, I have "finished". I hope to attach a photo. The flashing on the edges are Gal and I will have to replace them from time-to-time because of the ...

Russ42
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a month ago

Thanks Mitchell, i am going to give just SSing (short for Silicon/Sikaflex....) the wall ends and see if that seals it up. Is not a critical spot (ope ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a month ago

Hi @Russ42, Dynabolt sleeves can be notoriously hard to remove. I'd suggest option A to begin with. Choose a cobalt drill bit a millimetre smaller t ...

redracer01
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a month ago

Hello @Russ42 I pretty much use the same method @TedBear uses. Spray it / soak it really with WD40 and once it has soaked in use a bolt that is sligh ...

TedBear
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3 weeks ago

Hopefully the bolts will come out, still in the nuts when the sleeve comes out.... Sounds easy when written, but may require some twisting and pullin ...

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Russ42
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2 replies
2 weeks ago

Well, the hole saw did the job of getting the things out. Was quick and easy. After I removed the remainder of the bolts, the deeper rusty dynabolt bi ...

Russ42
Junior Contributor
3 weeks ago

Thanks Guys, I have had limited success on my first bolt as the brick around the bolt was so broken up it just crumbled and so I have a sizable hole t ...

Russ42
Junior Contributor
3 weeks ago

Thanks Red. I have only ever been disappointed with the results from WD40. This is probably been because it is a Water Dispersant and I have not used ...

Russ42
Junior Contributor
2 replies
3 weeks ago

Thanks Ted, a very good idea to try first. I suspect trying to drill it out will be an exercise in frustration. I can see the drill bit getting part w ...

Russ42
Junior Contributor
11 replies

I have quite a few places where dynabolts have been put into the bricks in the past and have since rusted up badly making them thus far impossible to ...

Russ42
Junior Contributor
11 replies
a month ago

Well, I have "finished". I hope to attach a photo. The flashing on the edges are Gal and I will have to replace them from time-to-time because of the ...

Russ42
Junior Contributor
a month ago

Thanks Mitchell, i am going to give just SSing (short for Silicon/Sikaflex....) the wall ends and see if that seals it up. Is not a critical spot (ope ...

Russ42
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14 replies
a month ago

Elsewhere, Gal fittings, even the RSJ's that are not completely covered, rust. The gutter fittings are rusty, for example. I will need to replace thes ...

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