Should I/Can I JB WELD my Lower crankcase bolt?? -
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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-02-2012, 07:49 AM Thread Starter
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Should I/Can I JB WELD my Lower crankcase bolt??

yea the bolt hole from the right frame bolt (as seated) snapped in half during an accident and well im wondering if its ok to just put jb weld on it and mold the missing piece back as in packing tons of jb weld to ressemble the missing piece..... only problem is im wondering if ill be able to remove the bolt in the future if needed it be.

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Sounds like a bad idea to me. At least it would make me nervous.
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You'd never get the bolt out of the JB Weld easily. I personally wouldn't do it, but ultimately its not my call... its yours

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