I have 2 goosenecks where the nut has worn away the threads on the bolt. Using Loctite to hold the bolt in place does not work, as I found out at this year's North Americans when the nut came off during a race. While I could try to use a die set at re-thread the bolt, I am leery that that will work in the long run. The bolt appears to be part of the gooseneck casting, with the bolt being threaded after casting. The only repair I can think of is to saw the bolt off, drill hole where the bolt was, thread the hole with a tap, insert a length of threaded stainless, and re-assemble with a new stainless nut. Thoughts? I am not envisioning that this will be easy - I will have to get the gooseneck firmly mounted exactly vertical in my drill press for one thing, and I will have to cut thru a decent-sized piece of threaded stainless to install the new bolt.