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    OutlawGuy
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    Craig, I have time inserts here in the shop!! The kits a expessive like $150- $250. If you want send the head to me and I will put it in for you! About $30 Plus shipping back to you!!

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    DaveDole
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    Outlaw,they are high!I have about every size kit they make.Wait till you need to by a component like a tap for the 6mm kit after breaking it from dropping it on the concrete floor.It's like 27 dollas and nobodySnap-On,Mac,Cornwell,ect can match one up cause it's a inbetween 1/2 mm size.I think it's like 7.5mm for the 6mm kit.

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    Ouch! Hey Dave I bet you hang on too those taps a little tighter now![img]smileys/smiley3.gif[/img]

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    Dave,


    If you ever need to get one of those taps again, they are available from MSC. They have a warehouse right in Atlanta. For example: a 6x1 STI tap is $14. - $ 15.

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    MSC What does that stand for Bill I live in the Atlanta area and I do not recall that company. Where in Atlanta are they located


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    It stands for Manhattan Supply Corp. Giant company, 5000 page catalog. 1800-645-7270 or http://mscdirect.com/.

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    Wow Bill really! I'll keep that in mind and it's alot closer to me too.Do they have a web siteI'd hate to price the 2 step tap for the 14mm or 17mm!I think I paid like about 260.00 for the larger complete kits.Hey do yall still do 4 speeds for the old KZ dogsI am currently running a 1-2-3 semi that I cut some 10-15 odd years ago and it's doing good however thoughI was a wonderin if a 4 speed would be a better choice for my combo.It's a 1500cc motor getting a modest amount of "throttle ina bottle" shot to it.11" rear tire and the bike and rider weighs in at just a little over 500 pounds.Most of my racing is done on 1/8th mile tracks.You reckon a 4 speed would be the best for thisget upDave

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    ... Guys, MSC is probably best know for their catalogs, with fast shipping. They also have store locations and I am sure a web site.

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    I know this is a bit late, but NAPA has an insert that is closer to a timesert than a helicoil. It is one piece and not a coil. It doesn't stay in much better than a helicoil but won't unwind. The anaerobic adhesive they supply with the inserts doesn't work as well as Loctite red...

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    craigpuckett
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    Thanks george,I looked on napa's web site and I see what you mean.which insert do you buy short, med or long the head had a coil in it so I wont have to get the kit.[img]smileys/smiley4.gif[/img]

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