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I have had luck on a number of occasions backing the bolt out just by using the left handed drill bits

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I have had luck on a number of occasions backing the bolt out just by using the left handed drill bits

Motoworld tokk the bike this morning. They are taking care of it.

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No doubt that putting your bike in the capable hands of BC will have good results. Was always happy with everything BC did for my KTM.

Glad to hear things got worked out!!

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Now I just need a riding partner for tomorrow.

IN THE FUTURE.. take a nut that is the same size as the broken bolt , and lay it over the bolt..

now take a mig welder ...and start welding the broken bolt through the inside of the nut you placed over the bolt...

your welding a new nut from the inside.. to the broken bolt..

when it is welded up good , and is just cooling below "RED HOT"... take a wrench .... and start turning the new headed nut broken bolt..cambo..\\

the heat helps a tun..!! ...easy....:)

this workers grate in most cases..much easier then drill , tap & easy out ...:good:

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