Re: Anti-seize Compound on Wheel Studs OK?


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Posted by David on April 08, 1999 at 05:14:24:

In Reply to: Anti-seize Compound on Wheel Studs OK? posted by Ron Landry on April 07, 1999 at 14:59:28:

Not only does it provide better torque reading, more importantly better shops will use it, individuals who are smart as well, to avoid difficulty removing lug nuts later and to avoid cross threading when removing or replacing lug nuts. Because it's structure doesn't breakdown under high heat it works better than most other lubricants for that application where high temps are generated whenever the vehicle is driven.


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