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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-30-2000, 04:46 PM
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Help on my dyfff

My ring bolts got loss and made some severe damage to the 3rd member case... I fix it all.
yesterday (one month after the fix) the same thing hapenned again... I had thightem really bad.
After some reading on a dyff locker instalation I got to this "Use a quality thread locking compound" does this mean to actually glue the bolts ?????
The first time I fix it neither my friend mecanic nor the Suzuki top mecanic mentioned something like this.

If it's to be glued which type, brand should I use and should it be used on all the bolts ????? And how will I clean the oil on the bolts holes... or does the glue works with oil ??? (doubt it )



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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-30-2000, 06:01 PM
 
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Re: Help on my dyfff

the product referred to is probably a brand of glue called "Lock-Tite"

it comes in red/blue.. im not sure which is the strongest glue, I would get the strongest you can buy

clean the holes, and bolts with brake cleaner or some similar solvent

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A good auto parts store will have a guide for selecting desired Loc-tite grade and how to use it. Some of them are for gluing studs in and have to be heated to take apart. Loc-tite is somthing like superglue curing only when air is excuded from the glue. They also make great anerobic sealants that require a tight fit to seal. I have used the sealant on differental covers and 3rd member install.

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Re: Help on my dyfff

Thanks for your help

Just hope I can find locktite here in Portugal.
...If I don't find it is there any other brand ????

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Re: Help on my dyfff

there are cheaper brands, i personally stick with locl tite..

if you cant find it, email me off of the BBS and Ill send you some

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Re: Help on my dyfff

Might be a different brand.

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