Thread lock on flywheel bolts?

Posted by DevilSperm, Jan 14, 2004
Bolt-on Tech - 4G63 intake, exhaust, intake manifold, ignition, fuel system, cooling, etc.

  1. DevilSperm

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    do i need to put thread lock on my new flywheel bolts? Chilton doesnt say sh** and i wanted to make sure.. If so, should i use red or just go with blue? thanks
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    Yes, you should. I typically use Red lock-tite on the flywheel bolts.

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    Thank you
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    I would use it. I used Blue when I did mine.
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    i used to not use loc-tite on mine! till my flywheel came loose at the track the last time i was out!!:cry:
    now i use loc-tite every time!:D
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    I always loctite with the blue. I want to be able to get those bolts off next time.
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    Use blue.
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