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kioti freeze plug help desparately needed

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Posted by stumped in wv on January 17, 2003 at 17:17:03 from (

I wanted to replace a weeping freeze plug on a kioti 3054 tractor (3 cylinder diesel). After failing in my attempt to drive it out (in), I tried drilling a hole in it so I could take it out in pieces. After drilling 1/4" deep I became paranoid since all other freeze plugs i have encountered in life are only a 1/16th of an inch or so thick. Do these tractors have thick freeze plugs? Should i keep drilling? Any tricks to get this type of plug out? I didn't want to drill into anything critical..... please help....

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