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  1. Africa Twin
    I was lucky enough to source a slightly used Boano tank. The fasteners that were on the tank do not have the smaller "inner" piece that accepts the twist stud. Can anyone tell me if the Boano kit comes with these or does one drill out the riveted pieces on the OEM tank and use? Yjx
  2. Varadero
    Gear pedal pivot bolt sheered this morn, on the M60 - which was nice! I changed gear by hand and limped the last couple of miles Anyway, Hunts had one and every bolt on the hanger cracked immediately making removal of the snapped stud a doddle. It literally turned itself out, drilling from...
  3. Transalp
    Looks like the welder has fooked my 600 front cylinder head :pain10: Welded round a broken exhaust stud he said he was going to remove. Now there is no way it is coming out. Anyone got a spare front holding open a door or some thing. Just had an idea maybe I could cut out the good section...
  4. XR
    Just got back from a trailriding weekend and my bike has sprung a rocker cover leak Soon after buying the bike & whilst doing the valves, I realised the stud was missing (snapped off in the head by a chimp of a previous owner) but it wasn't leaking But it is
  5. Africa Twin
    My new engine is missing an exhaust stud - I do have the ones on the current engine so I have enough but how do I remove them? I know that to get leverage I can double nut it but the hidden thread in the head - is it a reverse thread? Cheers guys Failing that - anyone with a spare they wanna...
  6. Dominator / FMX
    hi all again im sure this has come up before but what im going to do is weld a nut on the end of the stud,ok what i want to know is what do i need to disconnect in order to weld eg on a car u disconect the alternator
  7. Mechanical Advice
    Hi,:) I am currently upgrading the front pipes on my Dommi to Stainless pipes from ABP in Germany. I have removed all but one stud that has snapped about 10mm from the head! Does any body have a tool or method they would recomend for getting this stud out as there isn't a lot of room to work in...
  8. Transalp
    Can anyone help when replacing my front wheel I sheered of one of axle holder studs Has anyone got tips to remove the old one. Can I use heat on aluminum? Is there resin that holds the studs in? or am I going to have to take it to a professional.
  9. XR
    hi, i have a 2001 xr 400 with 440 kit on it and am having trouble with the head staying torqued down. first i wa sout riding and oil appeared between the head and barrel so i ordered a headgasket, but when i came to do it the front head nut was loose. i carried on, cleaned evrithing up, changed...
  10. Africa Twin
    Sorry, that should have been 'I have a stud.....problem'. I noticed one of the four M6 threaded studs that hold the fork axle carrier clamp has a bald patch a few weeks ago. I got by the problem by adding a washer so the nut sits on part of the stud that still has thread, but I was hoping to...
  11. Africa Twin
    Any recommendations for a good stud extractor? Something which is not too expensive and gets the job done.
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