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Rear hood attachment nuts

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daadams
Join Date: May 2013
Posts: 2 ohio
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2013-05-25          187072


I removed the rear hoods L&R to do an adjustment on the throttle tension and discovered that all four nuts and the plastic they are in were broken loose from the hoods. I checked on new replacement hoods and was shocked at the prices,$248 and $325. Anyone have a solution ?

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treeman
Join Date: Feb 2002
Posts: 251 Wisconsin
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2013-05-26          187081


The nuts you are talking about are on a Boomer? The plastic around the nuts on my TC33D has been cracked for a LONG time. At some point I'm sure I will have to use some epoxy and thread inserts. If it all breaks away, I think a person could form up the area with epoxy, hold the panel in place, drill location holes, then drill larger for thread inserts. ....

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Oldestguy
Join Date: Sep 2012
Posts: 18 Portage, WI
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2013-05-26          187082


Not sure what your set-up is, but epoxy like J-B weld usually can fix these things. I'd grease any threads first so as to keep from stinking there. ....

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