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  • #16
    Yep blue medium lock tight will do the trick. Red may be overkill but will hold for sure.

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    • #17
      I've never believed red lock tight to be overkill. The best strength a threadlocker can provide to ensure a screw won't come lose is always your best bet. Sure it may be harder to remove the screw later but that's a small price to pay, thats the thread locker telling you "i told you I wouldnt let this screw come out ez"

      in my experience, avoid harbor freight blue loctite, its very weak

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      • #18
        Originally posted by DwizinPed View Post
        I've never believed red lock tight to be overkill. The best strength a threadlocker can provide to ensure a screw won't come lose is always your best bet. Sure it may be harder to remove the screw later but that's a small price to pay, thats the thread locker telling you "i told you I wouldnt let this screw come out ez"

        in my experience, avoid harbor freight blue loctite, its very weak
        Permatex is really the only way to go. I’ve been using red lately too, But either is fine. I try to go easy when using the red stuff.
        *******Pedding since '02********

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        • #19
          Avoid horrible freight.

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