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Broken Bar End

My buddy knocked my bike over and broke the bar end screw off in the handle bar and its damn near flush broken off any ideas how to get it out and im fairly new to riding so i dont know alot about the bike so any help is good enough thanks guys
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i had the same issue. i pulled out that whole piece that the ends screw into, drilled out the broken bolt and tapped out new threads. just be sure when drilling, to make the hole as straight as possible or your gonna have a crooked bar end.
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Is it possible to get a smaller drill bit than the screw then use a screw extractor

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The replacement insert is like $12 and should just come out once you pinch the clip.

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The replacement insert is like $12 and should just come out once you pinch the clip.
Where exactly is the clip that you are speaking of?
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Is it possible to get a smaller drill bit than the screw then use a screw extractor
this would be the best fix, gets you extra tools for your toolbox for when you break another screw or bolt (it will happen) and is realativly cheap.


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my 03 all i had to do was role back the grip about an inch or two. There is a small hole, all u do is poke a screw driver in there, and pull out the plastic in side the handle bar.
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