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TIME-SERT M8 X 1.25 Metric Thread Repair Kit 1812


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  • This is a complete kit including: drill bit, counterboring tool, tap, inserting tool, & 5 inserts!
  • Length of inserts included in kit: 11.7mm
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TIME-SERT M8 X 1.25 Metric Thread Repair Kit 1812 + M8 X 1.25 X 16.2mm Time-Sert Insert Part # 18123 + TIME-SERT Tap Guide M8X1.25 Part # 38125
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Technical Details
BrandTime-Sert
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions4.9 x 2.9 x 0.6 inches
Item model number1812
Manufacturer Part Number1812
  
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ASINB001JK44LG
Best Sellers Rank #24,562 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 29, 2008
  
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Product Description

TIME-SERT is a sophisticated thread repair system that is considered by many to be superior to any other method of repairing stripped or damaged threads. TIME-SERTis a solid bushing insert. This facilitates easy installation and allows for full torque to be applied to repaired threads, ensuring a strong, permanent repair. TIME-SERTis thin walled due to synchronized internal / external threads. Small outer diameter allows for installation in areas where clearance is critical. TIME-SERTis self-positioning. The flange on the top of the insert will insure that the insert cannot wind down into the newly repaired hole. TIME-SERTis self locking. On installation the bottom internal threads of the insert expand to lock the insert in place.

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Great tool that works just as advertised.
dozey
For best results only use hand tools to drill, countersink and tap, not a power drill.
C. Shannon
Saved me from having to buy a new intercooler.
Garrett C.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Eric H. Thimell on June 16, 2009
I had never seen the Time-Sert kit before but I had already tried without luck to use an epoxy-metal thread repair kit. I had to do some careful measuring to figure out which kit I needed. I was repairing a stripped transmission drain plug on a 150 CC GY6 type motor scooter. I had to measure the total depth of the thread (it was a blind hole). I had to ensure that there was additional space past the end of the threaded hole to allow the tap in the kit to completely finish the thread job. (I used a bent paper clip to gauge the depth and then measured it on a ruler). I also needed to make sure of the type threads I needed. (I took the drain plug screw to a big box store and used their gauge to measure it). I also used heat-resistant Loctite to ensure no leaks when I did the final install of the new steel threads. I did need to buy an inexpensive thread tapping wrench because the square socket ends don't work with a standard socket set. After about 30 minutes it was all done and it works like a champ!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. Shannon on September 23, 2011
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I am a professional automotive technician and have found the Time Sert products to be the best out there. It is a very strong perminant repair. For best results only use hand tools to drill, countersink and tap, not a power drill. Use Red Loctite on the insert.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By dom on January 2, 2012
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sure beats heli coils time serts are the best way of repairing damaged bolt holes, im a mercedes benz tech. i use nothing else
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Timothy D. Vickers on June 7, 2013
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I can't say enough about how easily this products makes repairs. I used it to repair some threads on a motorcycle head and they worked like a charm. I used a battery driven drill set on "screw" setting (as a screw driver) and then a faster speed, as needed, and it easily handled the bits. I vacuumed out the shavings and then repaired the old threads, did the countersinking, and voila! A 10-15 minute job. A few years ago I'd have bought a new head so this saved me an easy $400. I'm sold on these sets.
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You've stripped the stud on your car / motorcycle / whatever. Sure you could just tap a new thread, but if you were in my situation, a stripped stud in the soft aluminum of the final drive of your motorcycle, it does not really solve the problem. I would still have been screwing in a steel bolt into softer aluminum and would have been at risk of stripping again. With these I am putting in tough steel threads, which will not have that problem.

I did not want to heli coil, as my final drive contained oil, and the heli coil seemed like it could leak and wasn't as permanent. There are also reports of people heli coiling their oil pans and getting slight leaks. Install was super easy and fast, and I have no worries that it will ever fail on me.

Tip: I used some red (permanent) locktite around the threads of the insert just to be double sure it would stay in place, even though the documentation states that it is a 'self locking' insert....can't hurt to play it safe.
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As do E-Z Lok inserts, in their own dumb way.

But time-serts, oh man, time-serts turn me on way more than your mom. They are easily the best thread repair solution I have ever seen. Pure genius. Costs more, yup, shore do, and that's cuz you get what you pay for.
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Saved me from having to buy a new intercooler. For me, these worked best when you drill, tap and whilst installing the insert use much force. Otherwise it may not fully seat. Great product however!
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By brian j conway on December 2, 2011
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I did the Sert myslf on a old Vespa scooter caseing .It took maybe 20 min with easy instructions.There is also a video on the web showing you how to do this easy fix.(pats himself on the shoulder).
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