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  • Taz
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    u can use a smear of silicone on bolts instead of loctite if u want it works well. use it a work all the time as have heaps of sili but keep losing little loctite bottle ($14 a pop)

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  • Luke
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    ok then maybe sweetmans fastners just of southstreet near near hilton (pm for exact location) they may be able to match what you need or will be able to recommed somewhere.

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  • Jester
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    have your tried loctite? it is sorta like a special glue for bolts and stuff i find it works well for keeping stuff attached

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  • Cbr1k
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    Too expensive, plus I can't afford a whole kit. I just want somewhere I can go and replace a few at a time sorta thing.

    BTW how do I know which bits on the bike I can replace with Alloy bolts?

    I.E What is considered "stress" points.

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  • Luke
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    http://www.tastynuts.com/site/frameset.htm

    maybe a start?

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  • Ace
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    hey Bunnings rocks dude, I go there just for the cheap hotdogs and drinks

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  • hooter
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    just order a full set from probolt, it's easier and adds a bit of style

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  • Cbr1k
    started a topic Bolts etc.

    Bolts etc.

    Everytime I go out for a Sat ride I seem to be loosing mre and more bolts. Rather than do the bunnings thing like Ace , where is a good place to get replacement bolts (either polished, anodised or titanium) in perth?
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