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Old 11-12-2012, 01:17 PM
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check this tool out. i had the same thing happen and took it to the local indy for repair. he was able to drill it out on the bike, so total bill ended up right at $100. he used the jims version of this tool, which in itself runs about $100, this one is virtually the same, but much cheaper.

http://georges-garage.com/tc_engine_2.htm

scroll down the page and look at item 340070
I've seen that tool (I think Jims sells one too). Great option, far superior than doing this freehand... Still think you'll need to remove the front head to get a straight shot at it tho.
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Old 11-12-2012, 07:36 PM
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Exclamation Ya, here ya go!

http://www.jpcycles.com/product/440-266

Funny how I was just lookin at this this morning in the "reading room" .

Now, you weren't tightening this to ft/lbs but in/lbs. Right?

Good luck, let us know how things work out.

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Skratch / Rage, pulled pipes, it snapped lower than I thought so I'm gonna get it to the dealer this week. Thanks for the link to the jig from Jim's. and the welded nut suggestion.

HSP, it was definitely in lbs.

Bill
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Skratch / Rage, pulled pipes, it snapped lower than I thought so I'm gonna get it to the dealer this week. Thanks for the link to the jig from Jim's. and the welded nut suggestion.

HSP, it was definitely in lbs.

Bill
Good luck, hope they don't shake too much cash out of you! I bet they have the jig already. Breaking off low is actually better as it's easier to pilot the drill bit down the center. (and use a tool like that shown earlier)
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