If they are threaded inserts, put the smallest nut possible on a bolt
the correct size, thread in the bolt and wedge it in by tightening the
nut against the end of the insert, turn the bolt out.
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those slots are about useless they are usually way to weak to work. only if you
use steel insert you may get away with it. most out there are brass and they
will not hold up.
I have driven I don't know how many thousands of inserts in. they are far
easier to put in the get out (G)
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