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Old 02-15-2012, 10:07 AM   #1
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Default Need to Borrow TIME-SERT Main repair kit (will pay)

Need to repair a stripped main on my LS1. THe TIME SERT inserts are $16 for a 10 pack. The install kit is $353! Looks like a drill bit, tap, and standard helicoil setup to me. I'd be happy to pay shipping and a little extra if someone would let me use there kit? I'll buy 10 inserts and use my own Just need to borrow the kit.

PN J-42385-120

Unless someone knows where to find a M10X2.0x30mm helicoil kit for less.

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Noone? I'll pay shipping both ways and $50 for anyones help?

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I bought mine, then resold it when I was through repairing the stripped threads.
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I bought mine, then resold it when I was through repairing the stripped threads.
Recall who you sold it to?
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They are not quite like a standard Helicoil. Instead of a spring, they are a threaded bushing that locks itself in place. Supposedly stronger than Helicoils.
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Buy the serts, the drill and tap are standard size. Ask me how I know
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