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The gear had gotten chewed up and I just replaced the entire starter. One of the bolts that holds it in felt funny when I was putting it back together. My question is,Can I use a helicoil on the 4 threaded bolt holes now? I figure if one is pulling the threads,Then at some point,The others will.

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My preference is to drill and tap for 5/16 thread.
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