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Installing a brake #8592796 05/06/22 10:32 PM
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Do you guys put anything on the threads, anti- seize , loc-tite, etc ?

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I use nickel anti-seize on mine.

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Nuthin’, hand tighten for me. Tight, and check often after first few shots.


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Thanks fellas

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If you are using crush washers you won't need anything.

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Originally Posted by okstatefan
If you are using crush washers you won't need anything.


This one doesn’t require crush washers

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Dry threads will lock that puppy on there. If you intend a permanent installation wipe the external threads with Acetone. If you have to remove the brake for any reason, be sure to soak the threads with penetrant first. Not just spray, soak.


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Weld it on so it does not get loose

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