Anti-seize Compound on Wheel Studs OK?


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Posted by Ron Landry on April 07, 1999 at 14:59:28:

On the Neon Information Exchange BBS, we're debating if it's
a good idea or not to use that grey anti-seize/thread
lubricant on wheel studs when rotating tires. I know that
most of the tire chains use this stuff so that they can get
some honest torque readings with the rusted studs found on
the older cars.

Any opinions out there on wet v.s. dry torque settings?

Ron Landry



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