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Old 10-26-2008, 07:47 PM   #21
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I usually do this kinda stuff for free, IF U dont touch it first, If U mess it up THEN its gonna cost you, give me a call and I can help U prolly wont cost anything for a MH member
Dude, take this offer.
Will the bike NOT run with this broken bolt in place???
Slowly step awaaaay from the motorcycle, sir!
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Old 10-26-2008, 08:35 PM   #22
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Thanks guys, I,m purdy use to doing this kinda thing, most important 1,st step is to get it properely centered, If U dont get that just right then it can get real ugly real fast, i can prolly get it out in about 15 minutes or so If it doesent have loctite on it, Just pm me or just bring it by, I will stop what I,m doing and fix it while U wait for free, If it doesent take much more than 1 hr or so, I would be surpeised if it does. Yes it should run fine, I believe it is just 1 of the motor mount bolts, should be no big deal
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My bolt for one of my spools snapped and then when my buddy tried to remove it with the screw exctractor managed to break that off in the bolt. I have been wanting to get it fixed so I can have spools. Just too lazy to do it myself. If I could take it somewhere and they take care of it that would be great!
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My bolt for one of my spools snapped and then when my buddy tried to remove it with the screw exctractor managed to break that off in the bolt. I have been wanting to get it fixed so I can have spools. Just too lazy to do it myself. If I could take it somewhere and they take care of it that would be great!
I am sure I can take care of that for U, with a broken extractor it does make it alot harder, but I can still handle it
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I am sure I can take care of that for U, with a broken extractor it does make it alot harder, but I can still handle it
Ya that's why I never got back around to it. Shoot me a PM and let me know how much you would charge and when you could do it.
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Ya that's why I never got back around to it. Shoot me a PM and let me know how much you would charge and when you could do it.
Any pics? that will give me an idea of how bad it is. still try to do this stuff for free when I can do it in my spare time between paying jobs, for me bikes are kinda like a hobby more than a living
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Any pics? that will give me an idea of how bad it is. still try to do this stuff for free when I can do it in my spare time between paying jobs, for me bikes are kinda like a hobby more than a living
On a scale from one to ten? (broken bolt)
On a scale from one to ten? (broken bolt)

Not the best pics, pretty dark out. Any help is greatly appreciated. Won't let you get away with free. If nothing else I will have to at least buy your dinner!
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Well at least it was centered well, might be kinda tough? not much room for error, most of the time when one breaks off it is because too small of a extractor was used, doesent appear to be the case here, Is it possible to leave it with me for a little while?, as far is buying me dinner, might be better off just paying me, lol I like big fat steaks, U can bring it by anytime 8-6 m-f
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