|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.8 x 3.8 x 6.5 inches|
|Item model number||24300|
|Manufacturer Part Number||24300|
|OEM Part Number||24300|
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Permatex 24300 Surface Insensitive Threadlocker Blue, 0.34 oz.
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- Medium to high strength threadlocker for general-purpose applications
- Prevents loosening due to vibration
- Removable with hand tools for easy disassembly
- Especially well-suited for 6mm to 20mm (1/4" to 3/4") fasteners that have a slight oil film
- Suggested Applications: Rocker studs, rocker adjustment bolts and bolts on valve and cam covers, oil pans, disc brake calipers, intakes, alternators, and pulley assemblies
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Brief summary: It's been working great for over 3 months on my bike.
The left crankarm on my 20+ year old bicycle was coming loose every month or so. The local bike shop said that there was nothing I could do short of tightening it and that the problem would get worse until I replaced the crankarm (a >$100 fix and lots of fun trying to locate an overpriced unused vintage part on auction sites).
I researched the problem online and came across a few mentions of people using Loctite threadlocker to fix the problem. I decided to get the Loctite 243 since it is resistant to grease. Unfortunately, the local shops only carried Loctite 242 (not oil resistant). Amazon carries Loctite 243, but it is through a third party vendor which charges as much as the item costs for shipping. Fortunately, I came across this Permatex threadlocker, which is also grease resistant (#24300) and is offered with free shipping. My impression is that this is the same exact product as the Loctite 243, but rebranded.
Over 3 months ago, I removed my crankarm and wiped the gunk off both the male and female threads. I applied Permatex to the male threads and screwed the crankarm back in. I let it sit undisturbed for 2 days to allow the stuff to fully cure. I have been riding my bike almost everyday since then (about 1000 total miles), but the crankarm has not come loose.
I'm so impressed by this product that I decided to use it on other screws that would periodically come loose (like on my rear rack). Everything has stayed in place.
If you're unfamiliar with these thread locking compounds, be aware that there are several versions of the Permatex and Loctite.Read more ›
A small amount of threadlocker on the threads will act like glue around them holding the screw in place. It lasts too. You can break it open by turning the screw with a screwdriver.
There should be no minimum of words required for commenting. I am not going to rate anymore if I have to write a story on each product
By filling the space between threaded metal parts, curing to form a tough, adhesive bond and seal preventing rust and corrosion, they make a superior lock compared to lock washers or nylon locking nuts..
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I give this two stars because the bottle is not like its a gallon so they cant just fill it up 1/8 of the way and then make it extreemely difficult to get it to come out of the... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
been using this brand for years, absolutely no complaints at all!Published 1 month ago by WagnerTechnologies
Blue loctite for when you might possibly someday need to take something back off, but don't want that happening unless you're the one doing it.. amiright?Published 1 month ago by Harvey Floyd Jr
I like this brand because the manufacturer states that it can be used with a slight amount of oil on the threads, which I find most machine parts have on them.Published 2 months ago by Paul J. Petrulis