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Old 11-11-2007, 08:20 PM   #21
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Flyin Duc is in Cleveland and he offered to do it for you...


Patrick will do you right, but I just feel bad that Duc offered and you didn't even acknowledge it.
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Old 11-11-2007, 08:28 PM   #23
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Old 11-11-2007, 08:35 PM   #24
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Flyin Duc is in Cleveland and he offered to do it for you...


Patrick will do you right, but I just feel bad that Duc offered and you didn't even acknowledge it.
Thank You, Matt, (cali) is right there are several options, but if not done properely now after a couple failed attempts then U might have to throw it away, a carbide bit should get out the broken bolt/ezout , and then drill a proper hole and helicoil, or even a better product is called timesert, hard to fing but work great have even taken a reallu bad situation and timeserted it too large and then drill and tap or helicoil the timesert, I have no doubt that if it can be saved, Matt, Patrick, Myself, and others can do it, but I would suggest stopping now before messing it up worse, take it to a proHe could bring it to me at home or work for the repair?
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Thank You, Matt, (cali) is right there are several options, but if not done properely now after a couple failed attempts then U might have to throw it away, a carbide bit should get out the broken bolt/ezout , and then drill a proper hole and helicoil, or even a better product is called timesert, hard to fing but work great have even taken a reallu bad situation and timeserted it too large and then drill and tap or helicoil the timesert, I have no doubt that if it can be saved, Matt, Patrick, Myself, and others can do it, but I would suggest stopping now before messing it up worse, take it to a proHe could bring it to me at home or work for the repair?
Thanks,

I will prob be working out of Liberty,tx for the next few days I might go to my houston office tues? I still don't know yet

thanks for the offers all I will have the wheel in my truck so I will prob call one of you guys next week depending on were I am at.

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