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TIME-SERT 1012 Metric Thread Repair Kit M10x1.25 with Inserts

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TIME-SERT 1012 Metric Thread Repair Kit M10x1.25, comes with a quantity of 5 inserts part number 10123 which are 16.2mm long. 

  • Drill (Reamer)
  • Counterbore
  • Tap
  • Installation Driver
  • 5 Black Oxide Carbon Steel Inserts - 10123

Optional tap guide available pn 30125.


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3 Reviews

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    Time Sert

    Posted by John Doe on 18th Dec 2023

    This product is offered with a tap guide included. Do not buy or attempt to tap the hole without it. Wish I had known. From Wise: Thanks for the input. Use of a tap tap guide is more important in certain applications: for instances when the bolt needs to be flush for sealing. That's why with oil drain plug thread repair in aluminum pans the tap guide is included. For general thread repairs for a bracket or accessory tolerances may be more forgiving.

  • 5
    Time Sert kit M10 1.25

    Posted by Pat Patterson on 27th Apr 2023

    2001 Civic timing tensioner striped bolt. If this did not fix it, the car was not worth a new engine. This is Awesome!

  • 5
    Works as advertised

    Posted by John S. on 12th Aug 2014

    Used successfully in the engine compartment of my 02 civic. Space was tight and I had to trim some of the tools to get them to fit. Car is back together and the thread repair is holding fine.

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