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|12-09-2012 08:39 PM|
Originally Posted by sbguy View Post
|12-09-2012 06:58 PM|
|sbguy||who the hell cares what color your loc-tite is?|
|12-06-2012 09:19 AM|
well the internet said so.....
if its dry. its not even loctite anyways. because loctite uses an anaerobic reaction. so it wouldnt ever dry. i even helped with the hard part. HERE
if you gooped on all over hell. than yeah you dont want it on plastics. a drop or two. so its not dripping and oozing.
|12-06-2012 09:03 AM|
|mb889||Dude there's no reason to need to remove it unless its gunked all over and looks bad. Itll keep them from backing out on you. The difference between Red and Blue is the red is used on screws for a more permanent bond, where as the blue will release easier. Don't sweat it though because the red removes easy enough.|
|12-01-2012 01:43 PM|
Originally Posted by fredericp64 View Post
Don't burn yourself. Call our warranty guy 206.632.1601 - Ask for Butch. Be nice and explain that you're having some hardware issues. He'll take care of you.
|12-01-2012 11:59 AM|
Originally Posted by ashleyalcan View Post
I'm surprised they'd put red loctite on the threads and let it dry, seems kinda useless?!?
|12-01-2012 11:01 AM|
verdict on red loctite?
thought I'd follow up here rather than start a new thread. capita sent me some binding screws that have red loctite on them. I'm a bit hesitant to use them because I've read multiple times to ONLY use blue loctite,but capita wouldnt send me bad hardware, would they? should i use these screws anyways or get new ones wihout the red?
Thanks in advance
|03-28-2011 09:37 AM|
Originally Posted by BurtonAvenger View Post
|03-28-2011 08:47 AM|
|BurtonAvenger||unicorn piss does wonders|
|03-28-2011 06:28 AM|
You can always just buy a die and that will take off all the junk and everything stuck in-between the threads too.
Would be just like new, then you have it for when ever you need to remove old loctite.
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