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Old 06-01-2019, 08:20:01 PM
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Yes well I once had occasion to repair a mans dentures with Araldite.
Well Winchester, to my understanding that procedure can sometimes have the added side affect of causing lockjaw, as we know not a bad thing in some cases?
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And then you have the opposite of locking type Locktites. Never-seize. I love the stuff. It doesn't leak unless I put a hole in the pot.

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Just open a bottle of Neverseize...
Just think,that poor guy died because he was poisoned by that paint for the movie!
I use the copper antisieze,it makes just as much mess!
I use the Loctite Bearing and Sleave retainer on Briggs and stratton valve guides in these over head valve engines when they decide to scoot and prevent the valve from opening. I remove them,dimple them with a sharp punch,coat them with the retainer chemical and drive them back in. 6 machines are still running today with that repair.
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I have used Molybond anti seize lubricant. Messy too in the tube, sticks like sh!t to a blanket, and does the spray can version stink!
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So why is it that the stuff you want to remain stuck gets loose and the stuff you want to stay loose gets stuck tighter then a ducks bum?
I hate Murphy.
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Does anyone remember the bottle of goop that Holden recommended to be used on head bolts on Holden engines? It was used to seal the bolts etc that screw into the water jackets. I have a bottle here (if I remember where it is. I got to clean up) I still like to use on head bolts that go into water jackets.

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Mmmm yea, cleared the sinuses fairly well when you opened the tin
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