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Old 03-23-2012, 09:59 AM   #1
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Need Drill and Tap Help For My Bike

I have a bolt broken off inside my stator cover and its causing an oil leak, if anyone can fix this for me ill be glad to pay them in money and/or beer. i was going to go to Motorcycles Unlimited but couldnt get a ride up there. I was hoping someone could do it today so i can make that ride tomorrow, but im not choosy just want to ride regardless thanks.


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Old 03-23-2012, 10:03 AM   #2
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If you're near Hobby, call Kerry Rea at Rea Machine and see if he can do this for you today. Kerry is in South Houston, old school machine shop. Good, honest guy, fair prices. He's usually there until 6 p.m. Tell him Linz sent you.

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If you're near Hobby, call Kerry Rea at Rea Machine and see if he can do this for you today. Kerry is in South Houston, old school machine shop. Good, honest guy, fair prices. He's usually there until 6 p.m. Tell him Linz sent you.

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thanks will do!
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best thing to if you want to do it your self is to drill a hole in the center and get some easy outs, hammer the easy out in the hole you drilled then unscrew its a simple process and if I was home I would have everything to do it. if you have any questions let me know.
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best thing to if you want to do it your self is to drill a hole in the center and get some easy outs, hammer the easy out in the hole you drilled then unscrew its a simple process and if I was home I would have everything to do it. if you have any questions let me know.
my dad told me this, but i cant find the battery pack to my drill
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my dad told me this, but i cant find the battery pack to my drill
I have drill bits and easy outs... but would need to charge my crappy drill. If you can't get over there to get it done then let me know I am in Meyerland area.. We can do it after I get back from dinner!


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best thing to if you want to do it your self is to drill a hole in the center and get some easy outs, hammer the easy out in the hole you drilled then unscrew its a simple process and if I was home I would have everything to do it. if you have any questions let me know.
Do this, then go get another bolt from Lowes, just dont put in in to tight.
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Old 03-23-2012, 12:17 PM   #9
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I have drill bits and easy outs... but would need to charge my crappy drill. If you can't get over there to get it done then let me know I am in Meyerland area.. We can do it after I get back from dinner!


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ill text you in a few going to go check and see, thanks a lot

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Do this, then go get another bolt from Lowes, just dont put in in to tight.
hmm any idea what size bolt i would need?
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ill text you in a few going to go check and see, thanks a lot



hmm any idea what size bolt i would need?
Looks like a ten mm hex head, let me pull the schematics.
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here is the schematic
http://www.bikebandit.com/houseofmot...7500#sch558669
I always just take the bolt (pull one from the other holes) and take it to lowes. They have a little board you can use to screw it in then figure out the thread type, then just locate it in the drawer and get the right lenghth. This is the size BOLT, (6X28)
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Old 03-23-2012, 02:05 PM   #12
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A lady friend of mine was asking for the same things last night, but it wasn't for a bike
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I have everything you need to do it. I live close to 290 and fry rd if you need some help. I know some people already helped to offer but if you dont want to go all the way to the southside let me know. I will be available today around 9pm.
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