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Raikov

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Post Sun Nov 07, 2010 4:13 pm

Re: Quick Question about Loc-tite

Aight guys, thanks for the supports. I've heard about Militec-1, but i don't know where to get it. i'll look it up.
and i'll see if i can get some for real loc-tite.
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CalviNNatioN

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Post Mon Nov 08, 2010 4:14 am

Re: Quick Question about Loc-tite

I used Loctite Blue 242 and While Im at it please get Militec-1 its the best. Ill post a link.

http://www.pvk.com/webcat/Miltecbrand.shtml

I ordered off them and was super happy.
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Post Mon Nov 08, 2010 2:20 pm

Re: Quick Question about Loc-tite

[quote="droopdog666"]well, but i personally love militec. a small drop goes a long way. best oil i have ever used, especially when applied properly. [quote]

hey droop, ive never used militec before so, do you take apart your balis or do you just put small drops in the pivots?
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Post Mon Nov 08, 2010 7:57 pm

Re: Quick Question about Loc-tite

takeiteazy3 wrote:
droopdog666 wrote:well, but i personally love militec. a small drop goes a long way. best oil i have ever used, especially when applied properly. quote]

hey droop, ive never used militec before so, do you take apart your balis or do you just put small drops in the pivots?


You got it! just a small drop on either side of the blade in the pivots.
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Post Mon Nov 08, 2010 8:38 pm

Re: Quick Question about Loc-tite

Thanks calvin (:

I dont own the militec yet. but im going order it this week.

how often do you apply it? Also do you treat it with a hair dryer once you put some on?
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Post Tue Nov 09, 2010 12:04 pm

Re: Quick Question about Loc-tite

i think jason posted up his process somewhere a long time ago, and it works great. also, i would just order the miitec straight from militec. thats who i got mine from.
basically, i think the process went like this:
1:heat pivots
2: apply militec and work slowly into pivots
3:re-heat
4: leave over night
5: repeat process, and go through the whole cycle once more if you like.

all this is outlined on militecs website anyways, just replace the part of the process that requires firing a bunch of rounds through the rifle with heating with the hair dryer.
http://militec.com/
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Post Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:28 pm

Re: Quick Question about Loc-tite

I bought that glue first too when i was waiting on my 42 to come. good thing i realized it was the wrong glue before it came. now i use the threadlocker for my knife and the super glue for my cuts. it worked out well
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Post Fri Dec 03, 2010 3:04 am

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Well i thought id add this thread for all the new guys.

Basically heres two videos about loctiting and lubricating your balisongs

Credits go to knifezoid and calvinnation for great tutorials :clap:

CalviNNation:


and

Knifezoid:


I guess if you have something to ask or add to this thread you can just say it :D
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Brett

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Post Thu Apr 14, 2011 10:33 pm

Loctite?

Is this the right loctite I need? I'm buying a 51 this weekend and I hear they get alot play really fast. :?:

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Post Fri Apr 15, 2011 12:11 am

Re: Loctite?

Theres a place for this thread, and this is not it.

The proper thread: viewforum.php?f=19
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Post Fri Apr 15, 2011 1:32 am

Re: Loctite?

Whoosh...
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Post Sun Apr 17, 2011 7:39 pm

Re: Loctite?

Go to your local hardware store and find thread locker that's removeable, they all work the same, sometimes it's loctite sometimes it's permatex, it's all the same really, as long as it says removeable
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Post Sun May 15, 2011 4:19 pm

Yes or no loc tite on the bradly kimura V

I was wondering becouse one of my friends told me that I sould NOT put loc tite on my kimura 5 he sead it would ruin the balisong, So if anyone has any advise...









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Post Sun May 15, 2011 4:35 pm

Re: Yes or no loc tite on the bradly kimura V

Cutflipandswitch wrote:I was wondering becouse one of my friends told me that I sould NOT put loc tite on my kimura 5 he sead it would ruin the balisong, So if anyone has any advise...



The Kimura 2 and up have nylon patches on the pivot screws, so loctite should not be required. If for some reason yours needs loctite, pull the screws all the way out and look, if there is no nylon patch, loctite it. If there is, scrub it off then loctite it.
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Post Sun May 15, 2011 4:38 pm

Re: Yes or no loc tite on the bradly kimura V

Niolon patch?

well if the 2 and 5 are the same with the Niolon patch thing then it should be ok
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