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Old 06-05-2016, 05:33 PM   #1
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I have a 2006 Pace arrow with the outside lighted handle that keeps getting loose , does anyone have a suggestion as to keeping it tight? I have changed the screws and still have the problem
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Loctite red on the threads??
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X2 on the Loctite.
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Loctite yes, Red NO. The blue will do just fine. If you use the red you will have a dickens of a time if you need to do
remove the handle in the future.
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What is it screwed into? If metal the Locktite will work, if wood then something else is needed.
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