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    Re: What to loctite?
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    I used SS bolts w locknuts on everything that didn't need gr8. Have to use antisieze on SS. But locktight blue on everything here, unless locknut.
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    Re: What to loctite?
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    Thanks for the opinions gentlemen.
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    Re: What to loctite?
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    Skip the loctite and go with lock wire. Bit of drilling involved, or use socket head cap screws that are pre-drilled.
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    Everything is blue loctited on my buggy other than the brakes and rear hub mounting bolts. They are red loctited (need heat to break free. If you coat the threads on stainless, the loctite can prevent galling and dissimilar metal corrosion too. I do use nickel antiseize on rotors, hubs, wheels to hubs and other faces.
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    Thanks gentlemen, I've been using blue on everything so far.
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