Originally Posted by Ulyses
Pheww! Thanks Spud, I've been sweating bullets all day, wondering if I was going to have to disassemble the whole fork and drill out the bolt or do something crazy like that. I may just have to find a bolt and cut it to size. Do you think I should use some red locktite on the side that screws into the fork?
You're welcome, Bryce.
Indeed, you can cut the head off a bolt and make a new stud.
It might not be necessary, but it certainly wouldn't hurt to apply a drop of red locktite to the end of the stud which inserts into the fork. I would probably just purchase a bolt of the proper length, and replace the stud later, when it was convenient.
If you use a bolt, don't apply any locktite to it.
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