- Lock and seal threaded fasteners
- Stop fasteners from loosening from shock and vibration
- Performs better than lock washers, bevel washers and other forms of mechanical locking devices
- Alleviates rust-lock
- Prevent leakage
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Vibra-TITE 122 Oil Tolerant Removable Anaerobic Threadlocker
|Price:||$3.81 - $101.62|
|LowerTemperature Range||-65 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Upper Temperature Range||300 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Fixture Time||5 - 10 minutes|
|Full Cure Time||24 Hours|
|Manufacturer Series Number||122|
Vibra-TITE 122 Oil Tolerant Threadlocker is a medium viscosity, thixotropic, anaerobic thread loc... See more product details
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I prefer Vibra-tite 122 over Vibra-tite 121, as 122 is oil tolerant and 121 is not rated as such. For most applications that's not a huge deal, but in applications in which a fastener may be exposed to oil, it is reassuring to know your threadlocker won't be affected by petroleum products. In fact I don't bother with having both a vial of 121 and one of 122 in my toolbox- 122 is all I really need.
Application couldn't be easier. Simply make certain that the fasteners are totally clean of dirt and oil, place a small drop of threadlocker on the fastener's threads, and torque fastener to recommended specs. One thing to bear in mind- the Vibra-tite oil tolerant threadlocker is only oil tolerant after it has dried- you should not apply it to oily/dirty threads. Future removal of the threadlocked fastener is easily accomplished using regular hand tools- no heat or special tricks required.
If you or a friend enjoy riding motorcycles, ATVs, or any other type of motorsport, consider purchasing a couple of vials of Vibra-tite threadlocker. You never know when it will come in handy.
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It's cheap threadlocker when you don't want to buy a large bottle. The tube is a bit difficult to use (hence the four stars), but it's the same old five-star Vibratite, so it flows... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Keith Beckman