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Fasteners

Fasteners

Fasteners

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How you prevent the causing of galling for Fasteners?

RE: Fasteners

Sorry, not clear on what you mean by that, can you be more specific, or share an image?

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RE: Fasteners

I try not to force nuts & bolts. If a nut becomes hard to turn, I'll try to lightly coat the threads with some form of a lubricant such as WD-40.

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