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Old 08-09-2019, 05:31 PM   #1
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Loose Motor Bolts

I have notice more posts where members have been changing their bolts to the SLS BOLTS and having good results with no problems.
If you have one particular motor that always need's tighten of bolts,. try changing that one and see how it works out for you
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No comments I see, has anyone thought about the change of bolts, beats checking them all the time.
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No comments I see, has anyone thought about the change of bolts, beats checking them all the time.



No particular comment .... SLS method is on my list but Blue Loctite is working for me AS LONG AS I KEEP TRACK OF INTELLITEC TORQUE SETTING. I also keep track of weight of stuff in drawers on drop-down slides.
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