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All you needed to post was:

"06 Road King has a broken axle holder stud, how can this be repaired?"
 

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Sorry, I'm speechless after that.
 

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:what?
Unless I missed something critical in my reading....always possible.
I really have no idea of just what part you are talking about. :dunno

Maybe go to >Ronnies Partsfinder.
Give us a link and a refrence/part number to go by.

Or. Maybe another member see`s what ever it is I missed and knows what you are talking about.

I`m headed for the medicine chest for a couple aspirin.
 

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I'm not figuring how they put a 7/16" drill start in a 1/4' bolt though, Good trick!
 

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We are talking about front fork leg cap studs. I think the studs have different threads on each end. The studs are common SAE, and a bolt would work, but I'd rather have a stud. Napa should have it. The 7/16" drill bit goes through the axle hole (perpendicular) so the axle gets pulled just right when axle nut is torqued. Getting the old piece of stud out, may be another chapter to the story.
 

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Thanks, Breeze3at for interpreting...

OP: No, these bozos cannot fix this themselves, all they can do is ruin the bottom fork slider.

Take the drill away from them.

If there are any tools on their bikes, take them away also.

Also, OP: you really need to think about how to ask a technical question, we don`t need the life history of everyone involved, just get to the point.

All you needed to post was:

"06 Road King has a broken axle holder stud, how can this be repaired?"
 

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First off thanks breeze thanks for interpretation, and to eveyone else Sorry LOL. The repair was quick, easy and painless.
 
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