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    What is non-permanent locking agent?

    In the service manual, they mention a lot about applying non-permanent locking agent. I tried to find what is it and where to buy it but nothing coming up clear. Would someone please tell me what is it, give me some names of this product, and where I can buy it.

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    Blue Loctite is your friend..............

    Wal Mart(will be the cheapest place), any Auto parts store.....etc.....

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    marine grease is a great alternative to this too

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    Quote Originally Posted by bren View Post
    marine grease is a great alternative to this too
    Ok tell me how grease can lock a bolt in place????????

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    isnt that on all your ride plate, intake grate, pump bolts?

    only place I use thread lock is on the sponsons

    if you are talking tiny little screws, then yeah maybe non perm loctite, but the rest I just go with the grease factor

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    GREASE is a lubricant not a locking agent.............you trying to get some one killed or lose parts to the bottom of the lake or ocean?...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra250 Tn View Post
    Blue Loctite is your friend..............

    Wal Mart(will be the cheapest place), any Auto parts store.....etc.....
    Thanks for the answer. I will get the blue loctite.

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    I have found that the Prices vary too... there is a GIANT size of Locktite brand locktite almost the size of a tube of tooth paste it was almost $35.. I also found out that after a while it will harden.. so it's best to use the small tube unless you are in a shop and use this stuff like water.
    Red forever
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra250 Tn View Post
    GREASE is a lubricant not a locking agent.............you trying to get some one killed or lose parts to the bottom of the lake or ocean?...........
    ha ha yeah mate I know nothing and every race meet my ride plat falls off and they call in the divers to go get my intake grate

    go with what ever, you obviously know best

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    Quote Originally Posted by bren View Post
    ha ha yeah mate I know nothing and every race meet my ride plat falls off and they call in the divers to go get my intake grate

    go with what ever, you obviously know best
    Uh, i think he's right...

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