Hey, my friend just picked up a 06'. He bought it used, and we looked over it and everything was good besides one of the holes for the axle holder nut. The previous owner said he was tourqing it down and he had his tourqe wrench set wrong and then the nut snaped inside it, half of it fell out, half was in the clamp... Anyways, we drilled out the hole and got the old nut that was stuck in out of there and we got a clean hole, but no threads in it (we tried screw extractors, ez-outs, but nothing worked so we just drilled it out). Anyways, the first 3 are fine, then the very last one right before the axle nut, is the one with the stripped out hole. Anyways Jimmy (my friend) and I went down to Ace Hardware, got a bolt that matched as close as we could to the stock one, slid it through the hole, then we took a locking nut and screwed it on the bottom. It don't press agianst the fork assembly because the fork assembly is on a angle and not designed to have a bolt w/ nut. We got the first 3, plus his axle nut, and then we got that bolt and nut, which is tight, it works and all, but it just don't look right. We rode today, my bike was fine, but I did notice the Seal Savers tearing like you guys said they would, but Jimmy's bike was fine too, everything works good. To get to the point, he wants it fixed, so we don't have to have a nut at bottom, and we can have it threaded inside like the rest of them. 1. Is their anyway he can tap the hole out, or what's this HediCoil stuff? 2. If their's not a easy fix he was looking at just ordering the entire new bottom fork assembly and new bolts, etc... This is the part he would need (circled), We can't figure out what item number it would be though, the closest we could think is 27 but that shows the right side, and we need the left one, the side with the brake holder... Any idea's at all? Thanks, from the both of us.