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 Post subject: coil mounting
PostPosted: Sat Apr 20, 2013 2:48 pm 
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model: 906 Paso
year: 1990
Hello everyone,
I am back at it again, trying to make my Paso more reliable and failing miserably :,(
I was taking off the rear cylinder coil to clean the ground and the one bolt snapped on its way out. I drilled and tried the trusted easy out,which snapped. :mad:
I tried drilling the easy out,with no luck. :oops:
Where are you fellow Paso owners mounting the coil at where you get a good ground with little effort? (ie-drilling into frame? :wacko:
Thanks a ton and keep the rubber side down! :thumbup:

Rich


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 Post subject: Re: coil mounting
PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 12:38 am 
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you need a product caller rescuebit,made for drilling out broken taps and extrators

here in the US a 1/8 double ended Rescuebit goes for about 40USD but it will drill into the broken extractor and allow you to ream out the rest


http://www.theoriginalrescuebit.com

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 9:56 am 
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higgy wrote:
you need a product caller rescuebit,made for drilling out broken taps and extrators

here in the US a 1/8 double ended Rescuebit goes for about 40USD but it will drill into the broken extractor and allow you to ream out the rest


http://www.theoriginalrescuebit.com


Nylons .... chewing gum , and now this ! I gotta get me one of them :)
Rich , Its probly a bit late now , but when you find a screw that starts to bind after you have had it moving a squirt of monkey piss ( CRC , WD40 ) and leave it to soak for a bit then try moving it in and out will often loosen it up
Hamish

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