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RE: Thread Locking

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How permanent do you want it?  Any of the methods you mentioned are good. 
 I've used epoxy glue.  Permanent, but heating with a torch allows removal.

On Monday, May 24, 1999 3:22 PM, Fredericks, Douglas/SAC 
[SMTP:DFreder1(--nospam--at)] wrote:
> Any thoughts on good ways to lock up threads?
> I have some steel eyebars packed on a pin with recessed pin nuts holding
> them in place.  The pins are about 3" in diameter and they are exposed to
> weather.  I don't want the nuts to loosen, of course.  The options I can
> think of are thread-lock compound, tack-welding, and burring the threads
> mechanically.
> Is there a reliable thread-lock compound (besides rust)?