Sure no problem.
first picture is of the broken spark plug removed, and the 3/8 inch tap that was welded into a 1/4 -3/8 inch deep socket.
The second picture shows where I tapped into the broken piece that was stuck deep down into the head. All I used for that was a long 1/4 extension that I had to reach down deep into the head. I used a BIG gob of grease so that the metal shaving s would stick to the grease, and not fall into the motor.
The third pict is how I removed that sleave piece. I screwed the 12 inch long 3/8 rod into the sleave that was stuck in the head. I then locked 2 nuts on the top of the other side of the rod, so I would have somethng to hold the rod still. Then I took 2 large sockets, one that fit perfectly into the top part of where the COP covers, then a deep socket on top of that. Then a large washer was placed over the top deep socket, and I ran down the third nut so it was snug with the washer that was on top of the socket, that was resting on top of the head.
This way, all I had to do was slowly turn the nut that was on top of the washer, and have the homemade tool, " Pull " out the stuck piece.
If someone needs to borrow it, and promise to return it, then you can borrow it.
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Last edited by mustangbaxter; 06-14-2009 at 12:35 PM.
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