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    Lock Nuts on Props
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    Len
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    If you use a thread locking compound, I would use Locktite low strength pink, or Vibra-tite thread locker.
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    Dumaspittman
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    I thought so! It always pays to check.
    Thanks.
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    Loctite is good insurance,
    Blue loctite would be best.
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    mturpin013
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    Lock nuts should be OK but loctite would be belt and braces. It is possible to release loctite with a small amount of heat, so its not permanent.
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    Dumaspittman
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    I have a question that I could use some advise on. If I use lock nuts on props, do I need to also use Locktite? The screws are part of a rather high powered system with 800 motors driving 1.5 inch props with dogs.
    Thanks!
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