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TOPIC: DT175B - weird electrical question

DT175B - weird electrical question 16 May 2019 21:10 #21

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Wow, that's pretty trick. amazing what's out there.

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DT175B - weird electrical question 18 May 2019 15:57 #22

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So we have a winner!

Yamaha DT175 crank thread repair. Using a split die nut (M12x1.25) from Amazon, a 1” docket and an electric driver. Place the nut BEHIND the damaged section, slide the halves together, then slowly back the nut off.

Finished product allows a fresh nut to be installed without cross threading or resorting to a thread file!

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DT175B - weird electrical question 18 May 2019 19:30 #23

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I agree, goes 2 show you do learn something every day, thats pretty slick

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