If you go with epoxy, make sure it's regular JB, not the quick junk. Personally if I was doing it I would use the solid epoxy STEEL putty; not messy and I've had good results with it, although not in this specific use. I think it would work well if you used a size smaller Allen key. Within an hour you could remove the Allen and let it cure overnight. Put Vaseline on the Allen so it releases. Or just epoxy an allen stub in there.
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Last edited by 96tbird : 12-11-2012 at 10:50 AM.