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I flopped my flip-flop link to the 70.5 degree side today and it looks like the bolts already have some blue loc-tite on them. Should I apply more to each bolt, let dry and re-assemble or apply the loc-tite and assemble wet? Or, would the loc-tite already applied still work. Some parts I have received for brakes before already had blue loc-tite on them.
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paddlefoot64 said:
I flopped my flip-flop link to the 70.5 degree side today and it looks like the bolts already have some blue loc-tite on them. Should I apply more to each bolt, let dry and re-assemble or apply the loc-tite and assemble wet? Or, would the loc-tite already applied still work. Some parts I have received for brakes before already had blue loc-tite on them.
Need info please.
If it makes you feel better, clean the bolts off, apply blue LT, let dry, then reassemble. But I've flipped my flip-flop a couple times and didn't use any Locktite when reassembling.

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<If it makes you feel better, clean the bolts off, apply blue LT, let dry, then reassemble. But I've flipped my flip-flop a couple times and didn't use any Locktite when reassembling.>

Same thing for me. Generally do not use the Locktite on the suspension bolts.
 
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