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Old December 6th, 2014, 04:38 PM
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Looking to loan a Timesert 12188 kit to repair head bolt thread on my D2, don't want to have to buy a kit for just one hole.

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I don't have one, but just out of curiosity, were you using studs?
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The only way I have seen threads pull is when the block has been badly overheated... Are you sure all the others are good...did you do your torque then 90degrees and the second 90 on all the head bolts... Nothing worse than doing one thread and then reassembling only to find another one goes when final 90 is done,..
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I don't have one, but just out of curiosity, were you using studs?
No, OEM bolts

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The only way I have seen threads pull is when the block has been badly overheated... Are you sure all the others are good...did you do your torque then 90degrees and the second 90 on all the head bolts... Nothing worse than doing one thread and then reassembling only to find another one goes when final 90 is done,..
Yes by the book & I'll be doing all 10 & then fitting studs. Not going to get into a discussion on the whys & how's.... Just need the loan of a kit..... Thanks
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