Well guys, the 6x50 bolt worked very well in concert with a nut, washer, and a 1/4" drive - 10mm socket. Sucked the first two pins right out with little problem. Now I've gotten to the left bank where things seem to be a bit more corroded so I'm letting things soak in Liquid Wrench overnight.
BTW, I made another post with this question but might as well ask it here - what is the best method for removing the larger pin that goes with the tensioner guide rail? From the looks of it, I believe it has either an Allen or Torx head, not threads. Is this true?
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