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I would say 222 low strength don’t use high strength ( green ) or it will be sledgehammer job if you need to remove, 🔨

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11 minutes ago, blackbird said:

I would say 222 low strength don’t use high strength ( green ) or it will be sledgehammer job if you need to remove, 🔨

Cheers Steve. I think I've got some of that. :good:

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40 minutes ago, blackbird said:

I would say 222 low strength don’t use high strength ( green ) or it will be sledgehammer job if you need to remove, 🔨

Seconded, 243 is for M6 and bigger really.

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It’s easy to remove thread locked components - just carefully warm the area with a heat gun & it turns back to liquid 

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28 minutes ago, V8 90 said:

It’s easy to remove thread locked components - just carefully warm the area with a heat gun & it turns back to liquid 

Handy to know, cheers 

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On 23/07/2020 at 12:40, blackbird said:

I would say 222 low strength don’t use high strength ( green ) or it will be sledgehammer job if you need to remove, 🔨

I found a tube of it and have now added some to the scope rail screws.

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On 23/07/2020 at 12:56, Capt Christopher Jones said:

blue

Purple ...  :)

Low strength, designed for non ferrous metals, perfect for scopes and rails etc (#222)

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On 23/07/2020 at 16:08, V8 90 said:

It’s easy to remove thread locked components - just carefully warm the area with a heat gun & it turns back to liquid 

You can confine the heat to the exact nut by using a soldering iron too. 

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