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Old 8th June 2006
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Loctite is used to lock something in place. It is not to be used on something that would be romoved on a regular basis.
The bolt is steel and the housing is aluminum.
The heat generated by braking would lock even the blue loctite in place.
I use antisieze on my threads.
I also work at an automotive dealership and have seen threads pulled from calipers and brackets at least once a week.
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