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Take it out and have it professionally welded. A good shop will make it good as new, maybe even add material to strengthen it. Really your only option on an older sled.
 

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Way easier with the skid out for sure. if its cracked off flush id drill it and retap it, an easy out may work,but if it seized so bad the bolt cracked off it probably wont work. If theres enough stuck out to put vise grip pliers on, heat up the part red hot then clamp pliers on and take the broken bolt out.
 

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it is broke off about 1/8" in, it looks like the bolt was over tightened, hopefully heat and easy out will doo it.
 

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That's the C7 suspension, right? If it is, tons of guys have replaced that whole skid with the SC10 and you could get another C7 for next to nothing.

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The sled it is in used to be sc-10. But it was just destroyed so we put this in, i wonder if a zx chasis skid would work in this sled, sled is a 96 Formula sl 500, but got a 94 Formula z 583 for real cheap and swapped the motor, and then skid when the original failed.
 
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