the 88's are threaded... get some PB Blaster and hit it a couple of
times, wait 15 mins or so and then try and back them out. I used a
air ratchet (NOT an impact wrench) on mine and they backed out fairly
easily. I used the air ratchet as it puts out less torque than my arm
does, and seems to be able to loosen more delicate things w/o shearing
the bolt off.
yeah, the 88s are threaded. You may have to pull the manifold
to get them out or use a torch. The dealer has replacement
studs. I replaced all of mine and then used SS bolts to the
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