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Old 03-06-2007, 10:57 AM
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http://www.threebond.com/1300.html
Think it's loc tite in a different bottle. Motorcycle shops seem to use this brand. I got hooked on the green when building my jet ski engines. What Kawisaki recomends ( probably just cuz it's green).
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Old 03-06-2007, 11:32 AM
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try elmers glue you cheap bastard....
Well now you've pi$$ed me off, I was saving money so I could buy Jr a new rattle.
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Old 03-06-2007, 11:38 AM
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Well now you've pi$$ed me off, I was saving money so I could buy Jr a new rattle.

Hard to beat Loctite. I have been a distributor for many years and they are the LEXUS in the industry.

There are a few other companies but they are not cheap enough in price to switch, and none offer the full line that Loctite does. We tried the "MRO" brand which was a good product, but you could offer a 50ML bottle for $18.00 and the same in Loctite was $22.00 and my customer would pay the extra for Loctite every time.

Send me a PM or email me with what you need and I can sell it to you right.

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If it realy cant fall out , safety wire it.
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http://www.auf.asn.au/scratchbuilder...html#procedure
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Yeah it's not really a price thing, I am just looking for something better.
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http://www.instantop.com/CyclePage/ThreeBond.htm
http://hernonmfg.com
two sites that have some liquid locking agents
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