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Stripped threads in accessory holder for cannondale ultra.. How do I remove old ones and install new.. Drink holder won't tighten down due to bad threads.. Any ideas

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I am assuming you are talking about the bolts in the frame for the water bottle holders. You can take it to the bike shop and have them install a "Rivnut." This entails drilling out the frame boss that is stripped, and installing a Rivnut with is a rivet that is threaded for a specific size, in this case, the same size for cage bolts. Or you could order the kit and tools yourself, but then you would be left with extra Rivnuts and tools.

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