How To Make a Thread Restorer
1 SPARE BOLT Find a spare bolt with a thread that’s in perfect condition. It must exactly match the one that you wish to repair, which you can check with a thread gauge. 2 CLAMP IT Take this bolt and clamp the hexagonal head in a bench vice tightly so that it won’t mov
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