(Added info) In my case, I had an m7 hole that stripped out, I had some m12 threaded rod, so I drilled and tapped an m12 hole, drove and locked the m12 rod in place and as mentioned above, ground both sides flat. I then drilled and tapped a new m7 hole. It worked perfectly! :)
Another option, is to drill and tap a larger hole and drive a threaded rod into the hole, grind both sides off flat, then drill a hole into where the threads mesh and lock the two together with a locking pin, then re-drill and tap a hole to match the original. Its more convoluted, but it’ll work if a helicoil won’t work, and the replacement would be very strong.
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