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Old 12-25-2013, 02:16 PM   #1
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Need some blue loctite on Christmas!

I got a set of motosliders for Christmas and really want to install them before I got out riding.

Does anyone know a place that might be open that sells it? That or can someone in the Cypress area help me out and sell me some of theirs???
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Don't use loc tite.
Apply a bit of never seize or wd40 to the threads that go into the case and torque to spec.
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Don't use loc tite.
Apply a bit of never seize or wd40 to the threads that go into the case and torque to spec.
Perfect that's way easier, thank you. I was just going off their instructions they had sent me. I'm assuming these bolts must seize up?

The motosliders I got bolt all the way through the frame, but the swing arm sliders/spools I got with them only thread into and existing hole that is tapped into the swing arm. Same deal, wd40 or never seize on these as well?
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Perfect that's way easier, thank you. I was just going off their instructions they had sent me. I'm assuming these bolts must seize up?

The motosliders I got bolt all the way through the frame, but the swing arm sliders/spools I got with them only thread into and existing hole that is tapped into the swing arm. Same deal, wd40 or never seize on these as well?
Ok, I just attempted to take the nut off...now the never seize recommendation all makes sense. I think I'm going to need a second person.
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On the spools just a dot of blue loc tite.
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