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hi 2001 yamaha warrior 350 thought valve ajusted took off cover intake and nut on top was off valve. lot cam out looking nut find it drain oil no nut both side cover no nut now take motor out frame start take it apart has one had this kind program help tell where nut is thank you
Getting A Stripped Nut Or Bolt Off - Pro Remedies Keep your blood pressure in checkSeemingly simple projects can quickly become a complete nightmare when broken bolts, stripped heads and seized fasteners come into the picture. I know you've undoubtedly experienced this at some point, and when you least expect, it will happen again. Being armed with the knowledge to deal with the situation can save money, reduce downtime and, most importantly, keep your blood pressure in check. Penetrating oil and traditional tools don't always do the trick, and this is when you can count on ATV Rider to point you in the right direction. Photo Gallery: Getting A Stripped Nut Or Bolt Off - ATV Rider Magazine Read More | Digg It | Add to del.icio.us More...
I am new to this site so i hope this is the right place to post my problem I have a 400 hoda AT I went to change the oil and when i went to put the plug back in I found out My threads on the case are stripped. I fliped the atv up and seen where there is only about 1/4 of area that the thread is 360 degrees around. Then it's threaded 3/4 away around. There is a void area on one side of the hole were it's threaded. Looks like for draining more oil out. If the bolt which is 12 mm x 1.5 was longer I might be able to catch some more threads that are 360 degree around up farther in the hole. I stoped by 7 stores and no one has a 12 mm x 1.5 thread. Anyway this is the darnest type threaded hole that I have ever seen. Does anyone have any suggestions. I don't know if a helearc (sorry about the spelling) would work since the hole is not tapped all around. and then that void area would be covered up which i don't know what its for any how mark