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Old 12-31-2010, 12:33 PM   #1
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I own a ZZP Pulley Hub w/ smaller pullies. My question is, is it recommended to use anti seize on those bolts that go into the hub? I would hate to rent that pulley puller again just to put on a new hub because over time the hub went bad.

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the hub and screws on my car still look new. never had a problem taking the pulley off every now and then. had it on for almost 2 years now
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I put anti-seize on almost everybolt i remove lol..Am not sure if its recomended but it is somehing i would do
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I've had to cut more then one bolt off. My first set I used Loctite, never again. I think I still have 2 that I cut a grove in so I can use a screw driver.
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I guess I never really tighten them down too much other then hand tight, is this recommended? I suppose I could always double check before long trips.
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I just make sure they are good and snug. haven't had any fall off.
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Sounds good. I'm hoping that it never becomes an issue. I was putting on my older pulley today and had some antisieze I could have put on, but I didn't. I just wanted to see if I should or not.
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Antisieze is best on things that get hot, or are prone to rust, such as suspension parts. But the stainless bolts and hub are not a real issue. Wont hurt putting it on though. However, you will have antisieze being slung out on to the pulley.
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