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Hey, I have just purchased some new sprocket bolts because the old ones were pretty screwed after taking them off to replace the rear sprocket. Anyways do I need to loctite them or not.

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15 minutes ago, kjoyner233 said:

 

Hey, I have just purchased some new sprocket bolts because the old ones were pretty screwed after taking them off to replace the rear sprocket. Anyways do I need to loctite them or not.

 

Not if they came with self locking nuts.  Otherwise, YES.

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Buttegal. Check out throttletwisters. That carry guards for tapered bars. A little pricey though. I didn't go through all of there selection. Check them out. 

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24 minutes ago, CCBake said:

Buttegal. Check out throttletwisters. That carry guards for tapered bars. A little pricey though. I didn't go through all of there selection. Check them out. 

CC, get outta this thread! :p:lol:

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For sprockets it's a bit particular because the loctite goes on the bolt shoulder and not on the threads. If you don't have self locking nuts, then I would add some on the threads also.

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