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Old 10-18-2021, 02:20 PM #16
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You definitely used to have a factory rack. If they left the holes open it would leak into the interior.
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Factory rivnuts filled with RTV. Someone hated you.

This is gonna suck.
ill have to drill into the rubber and pour acetone in I guess ?
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This is gonna suck.
ill have to drill into the rubber and pour acetone in I guess ?
Be careful you don't damage the headliner by dripping acetone on it. You might try scraping the top of the rivnut with a razor blade and then taking a pocket screwdriver to try to unscrew the rtv from the threads. You might get lucky
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I would use a sharp exacto knife, cut out as much of the sealant inside the threads as I could and find a bolt to do the rest of the work.

Or buy another truck. Might be easier.
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My plan would be to cut/pick as much out as possible, then use a tap to finish the job/clean up the threads.

Not interested in buying a tap? Cut a couple relief grooves in the right sized bolt, you just want a"sharp" edge to scrape the threads and someplace for the RTV to go once loose. In and out just a turn at a time, pick/vacuum out whatever comes loose each time.

Just labor intensive, not hard.
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Thanks for the ideas yall, ill give an update after I give it a go this weekend.
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Thanks for the ideas yall, ill give an update after I give it a go this weekend.
It should be M6x1.0 threads...

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I have a hunch the previous owner had an aftermarket rack on it. I see 6 holes on one side, and I know the factory rack is held on by only 5 torx bit screws per side. That last hole (one closest to front of truck) looks a smidge bigger than the factory rack thread holes. I'm interested in what you uncover. Keep us updated.
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Turns out taking out silicone was super easy, took about 10 seconds per thread with a box cutter..

the install went smoothly and got to use the basket on a 400mile trip to north florida where we packed the crap out of the car 1000lbs+

Operatoin roof rack/basket successful.

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