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hey guys. do i need to locktight the screws that hold the slide rails up front when i reinstall them? thanks.
 

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revadict said:
hey guys. do i need to locktight the screws that hold the slide rails up front when i reinstall them? thanks.
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HUH ???
 

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revadict said:
hey guys. do i need to locktight the screws that hold the slide rails up front when i reinstall them? thanks.
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there are 2 screws. one per slide that go through the front of the rails into nuts.they hold the slides from sliding off the rails. shpuld i locktight them?
 

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No, you do not. They are a nylock nut or clinch nut.. so no loctite is needed. I have never seen one come lose in all my life of riding doo sleds..
 

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revadict said:
SKI-DOO dude said:
revadict said:
hey guys. do i need to locktight the screws that hold the slide rails up front when i reinstall them? thanks.
[snapback]711631[/snapback]​
HUH ???
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there are 2 screws. one per slide that go through the front of the rails into nuts.they hold the slides from sliding off the rails. shpuld i locktight them?
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Isn't it a nut and bolt, the nut being a nylon lock nut ?
If there's a nylon lock nut, no Locktite needed.
 

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No, you do not. They are a nylock nut or clinch nut.. so no loctite is needed. I have never seen one come lose in all my life of riding doo sleds..
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thank you very much for the answer.
 
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