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    If it helps I have a few of the old direct drive starter support brackets. I also had a machine shop make me a few of the brackets. I like to trade if you are interested. Have a Great Day.
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    I don't have anything to trade but I would be interested in purchasing one from you depending on price.

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    The spring hinge drill with a bit works really well too for those deep broken bolts to be able to get started so that an easy out can be used.

    I always have had good luck using that and if they are stubborn then run a smaller bolt into the hole i drilled and just mig it to the broken bolt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cwashburn View Post
    I don't have anything to trade but I would be interested in purchasing one from you depending on price.
    PM me an address. And I am sure you have a few expired Kentucky license plates for bargaining material. I'm not free but I'm cheap. I doubt I will miss one of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frank8003 View Post
    Real nice that the broken piece in there still turns.

    Yeah, why would it break off if it's that loose in there?
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    I drilled mine with a regular drill bit and it screwed in a bit. Then with a left hand bit, til it caught, and moved out a tiny bit.
    Back and forth several times, and it came right out.

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