Save money on tractor maintenance: Replace a broken grease port!

Watch me tap dat!

Removing the broken port and extractor with a tap handle.

Attach the tap handle to the bolt extractor and back out the broken port.

This part should go pretty easily. If the broken port is binding or not coming out for some reason, you might have to remove the extractor, take off the rod end and use a penetrating oil and possibly a torch to get things broken free.

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