Hey y'all! Been awhile since I've posted anything here as my bike has been out of commission for awhile, but thankfully, she's back on the road. Well, she was until I messed things up!! Okay, my bike is a 1995 FLSTN (Evo 80")... Several nights ago, I decided to inspect my tappet screen. I have an Oil Pressure gauge that mounts to the back right rear Rocker Box bolt. I removed this to allow for easier removal of the Tappet access bolt as the cable running to the gauge would twist up too much as I turned the bolt. Anyway, in the process of re-installing the RB bolt, I accidentally over-torqued it and stripped the inner threads. After slapping myself on the back of the neck and head a few times, I accepted my mistake and set about finding a solution. What I will probably do is get a "Time Sert" threaded insert and go from there. However, I have a question or two. Last night, I inserted a "depth gauge" to see how deep the hole is. It is, from the RB surface to the bottom of the hole, about 1/4" deeper than the length of the threaded part of the bolt. When the gauge is installed along with the accompanying washer, it takes up maybe another 1/4" of the bolt length. So, in essence, I believe there to be around a 1/2" of non-stripped threading in the hole. My first question is, Does that threaded hole (in the bottom RB plate) have a bottom, or is my depth gauge going completely through it and reaching something else? I was thinking about getting a longer bolt as a temporary fix, but don't want it protruding into a space where it might get sheered-off or cause damage to another internal (moving) part. My second question is, Would this provide ample grip to hold the RB in place at the recommended torque value (10-13 ft-lbs)? Any advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks!