Question about Suzuki DR 800 S Motorcycles
Could probably use a center punch to flair the keyhold to the center of the hole and then tap new wrench into allen head hole. I would try heating the point where the threads are entered by the bolt. The mount is probably part of the wheel mount on the forks. Heat it enough to make it expand and contract, But not enough to melt and discolor the metal. It is a tedious job. Aluminum alloy expands a lot with small does of heat. It will make the threads expand arond the bolt. try some good penetrating fluid, like PBS or WD-40, etc. Just be careful with the flame. I would keep a fire extinguisure handy. If you are not comfortable with this, then I would suggest a good bike shop. It would be pricey but a safe bet to have the job done. It takes a lot of patience. I have never found one of those with left hand threads. Left hand threads are usually used in a situation where here is a chance of a rotating member turning the bolts out in the directon of the rotation. There is nothing rotating around the fastners on the calipers. I have removed bolts like that before by welding a new bolt inside the key hole, but I have alot of experince at that and know how to sheild all surrounding parts from damage from the welding process. The combination of the high heat and the new bolt usually make the bolt turn out with no problem. The expansion ratial is enormous at the high heat levels.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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Remove the left handed screw from inside the chuck, put the drill into low gear then lay the machine on it's left side, fit a suitable spanner on to the slot behind the chuck and arrange it so that the spanner is against the work surface. Put the chuck key into the chuck and give it a hard blow so you knock it in an anti clockwise direction. If it is a keyless chuck or you don't have a key try holding the short end of a large allen key in the chuck and knock the long end in a anticlockwise direction. This will work even if you don't have a spanner to fit behind the chuck but you might have to hit it harder. If you have a vise after removing the screw hold the chuck in a vice and fit the spanner behind the chuck and turn it anti clockwise.
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