You may get lucky and locate a machine shop that can help. We have one where I
work, commonly referred to as a "tap burner" It's mounted on a cart and it has
pivoting head so that the taps can be burnt out horizontally as well and
vertically down. I have no idea how much they'd charge to do the job, assuming
you could get the part to them. But I'd call a few places, ask around.
> "The best thing to do would be to EDM it out"
> I have heard this is the "A" solution from guys that work with high
> dollar classic cars and bikes. What is the EDM process, and who does it? Can
> they work on a completely assembled motor in the bed of a pickup? What can we
> expect to pay for this service?
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