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My K341 has a bad spark plug hole with stripped threads. I was going to heli-coil but found that had already been done once:( so I don't want to do it again. Anyone have a good head for this K341 engine? Please PM, post here or email me maplwood@eot.com Thanks, Dan

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Even if the heli-coil pulled out, you should still be able to get a threaded insert installed. The insert in question is basically a tube that's threaded on both sides, one for the sparkplug, outside to fit in the head.

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At the advice of those that responded to this post, I took the head in to my local machine shop and they are going to repair it. Thanks to both of you for offering your experience and wisdom. Dan

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