grr...well I had recently put a brand new cylinder head on due to a stripped spark plug hole. After my trip today, I was going to re-torque the bolts that hold the head because the manual says to after the engine has been run and cooled back down to touch.
First one I torqued, it broke..damn! Anyways, I had my wrench torqued to 120 inch pounds per the manual, still broke. I think they are just old obviously.
There is good chunk of the screw sticking out of the threads still (i removed the head).
Here is my question, I have never backed a broken screw out. I do have the tools to do it, but without having experience, I am a little weary doing it.
Should I try this, or just take it somewhere who has experience?
also, is this a special bolt, or can I just go get the same one at a local store? and I assume its stainless?