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    7 Ways to remove stripped screws

    I could have used this video a couple days ago when I stripped one of those little screws that fix a brake rotor to the hub (on my Santa Fe). I could not for the life of me find my "easy outs" and had to borrow a set from a friend.

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    Re: 7 Ways to remove stripped screws

    Neat. Thanks. Hadn't seen the springy-thing used before.
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    Re: 7 Ways to remove stripped screws

    I've used reverse twist bits, mostly. For what Basil needed to do, I have impact drivers & a BFH..
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