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Old 03-23-2011, 03:25 PM   #101
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Old 03-23-2011, 03:27 PM   #104
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Old 03-23-2011, 03:27 PM   #105
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lol as stated the diffrence is how bad you want the nut to get off later.......... whoops i did it again!

lol BUT.........
The RED loctite, the color of the fluid not the bottle, is a PERMANENT
Loctite and should only be used on components that you are not planning
to remove.

The BLUE loctite, the fluid, is removable loctite, one of the names it is
given is "Thread 'n lock" as it is placed onto the threads of the screw
or bolt and then screwed together. It will harden up after awhile and
prevent the bolt or screw from coming apart from vibration
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Old 03-23-2011, 03:29 PM   #107
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A good tack weld or two should hold it in place
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Haha i've seen some good stuff.

Last week a friend of mine screwed up putting his new u joint on his Jeep so a good tack weld took care of it
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You do know what part of the bike we are talking about right?? O.o

I may be superwoman and all but I don't know how to weld..... yet. lol
yeah, some nut somewhere that has threads and spins with lube on the wet shaft and gets off too easily
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Welding can be dangerous depending on the type of material. For example welding on 4140 without the proper procedures i.e wire type and preheat can cause surface cracks in the material that can only be identified with NDE. I would stay away from welding in high stress areas.
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Welding can be dangerous depending on the type of material. For example welding on 4140 without the proper procedures i.e wire type and preheat can cause surface cracks in the material that can only be identified with NDE. I would stay away from welding in high stress areas.
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Actaully the pin idea isnt a BAD idea. However I think youll be fine with the right washer in place, a degreased bolt, and loctite
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I was talking to TiemannR6. Sorry should of used the quote button.
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You're forgetting though that the threads are almost gone. Like its almost a smooth surface. They are there, but I'm not sure if it will hold anything.
Oh im sorry i thought that part was being replaced for some reason
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i would definitely push to have yamaha replace whatever parts are necessary due to the Recalled bolt.
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