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  1. ORLANDOVROOM

    Snapped rear mounting stud

    The issue I have when drilling out that hole or trying to extract the bolt is that the hole is so close to the casing wall to the right of the hole. You can see in the original post pic some scuffs from the drill chuck rubbing against it when trying to drill it out/extract it. Extraction bit is...
  2. ORLANDOVROOM

    Snapped rear mounting stud

    So I've decide that I will drill and tap a new hole next to the messed up one. With the snapped off bolt filling most of the void in the messed up hole, I figure there will be enough solid material around the new hole to give the bolt in the new hole enough strength and support in the case. The...
  3. ORLANDOVROOM

    Snapped rear mounting stud

    One of my back mounting studs snapped at the face of the crankcase. I tried using an extracting bit with a drill and after that didn't work tried using a dremel to cut a slot so I could use a flat head to back it out. Neither worked and chewed up the opening of the hole pretty good in the...
  4. ORLANDOVROOM

    Snapped mounting stud please help ASAP

    Vibration caused one of my back mounting studs to snap at the face of the crankcase. I tried using an extracting bit with a drill and after that didn't work tried using a dremel to cut a slot so I could use a flat head to back it out. Neither worked and chewed up the opening of the hole pretty...