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Loctite Anti Seize Lube

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Can w/brush built into cap (Temperature-resistant compound will not evaporate or harden.)

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Saben que es o como pedir el anti-seize?

Hola En tornilleria de titanio mencionan poner anti-sieze, que no tengo ÷€$^@ idea de que es... supongo que algo similar al locktite azul pero diferente y aca en la tienda me vieron con cara de :rolleyes: cuando se los pedi. Espero los foreros mas anglo-duchos me piedan ayudarRead More »

Anti-seize or Carbon Paste for Pressfit BB30 Installation on Carbon Frame

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Truvativ PF 30 Install. Clean, Lube, Anti Seize ou Loctite? Please Help

Hi, I Own A Specialized Epic 29 2012 Sworks. My bike love to eat BB 30 bearing, and squeal, cricks and noise from the Press fit. What is the correct way to install a new Press Fit cup? Just clean the BB or should I: Grease? Anti-Seize Medium Strech Loctite? I asume none of these has to do wit ... Read More »

Anti-seize compound

I'm about to mount two new Shimano rotors to my wheels as I trash the Avid Elixer 4 brakes in favor of new Shimano brakes. The instructions say to use anti-seize compound for the bolts that hold the rotors to the hubs. At the recommendation of the Orchard Hardware salesman, I bought some Locktite ... Read More »

Do I need "friction or anti-seize compound" for my Dropper Post installation?

I just purchased a KS Supernatural and in the installation instructions, KS recommends using "friction or anti-seize compound" and specifically states to NOT use grease when inserting the post into the seat tube. I guess the concern is the seat clamp needing too much pressure if greased. Anyway, is ... Read More »

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