Doubtful that will work. JB Weld is great for pieces that are bonded where the loads are lateral; straight tension loads are not so hot.kassim503 wrote:. . . jb weld a bolt onto the top of the stud . . .
On the distributor, I think I saw two sets of bolts, one for mounting, and the other for timing, it seems like I can remove the two lower mounting bolts and remove the distribtor without messing with the timing. Am I right on this?
Yes . . . but you will have to crayon (mark somehow) the rotor position and make certain that when you re-insert the distributor into the timing cover, the rotor is in exactly the same position.
If you remove all traces of oil, RTV works well temporarily.On the side- whats your favorite method for patching a crack in the air intake hose? Im gonna RTV my intake hose back together for a temporary fix . . .