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The service manual instructs you to put loctite 767(antisieze lunricant) on the impeller threads, loctite 767 is not avalible in norway and will cost 60$ on ebay. Will it work with loctite 243 or 577 and is anything that can replace the loctite 767?


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NO NO


loctite 243 is opposite of what you want it will lock and go hard


loctite 577 is also lock not as bad as 243


Just bearing grease will do the trick did in the old days if you can't get antisieze.


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The service manual instructs you to put loctite 767(antisieze lunricant) on the impeller threads, loctite 767 is not avalible in norway and will cost 60$ on ebay. Will it work with loctite 243 or 577 and is anything that can replace the loctite 767?


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A good quality marine grease is the go.
Remove the impeller annually if used in salt water and you will never have a problem.
 

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NO NO


loctite 243 is opposite of what you want it will lock and go hard


loctite 577 is also lock not as bad as 243


Just bearing grease will do the trick did in the old days if you can't get antisieze.


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Im going to change the spark plugs soon, do you think bearing grease will do fine on the spark plug threads? Still cant get antisieze...


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Im going to change the spark plugs soon, do you think bearing grease will do fine on the spark plug threads? Still cant get antisieze...


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I would only use a small amount of grease if I had nothing else to use, on plugs


your local auto shop should have something the same that will do




Just put in anti seize grease into Ebay I see a lot less than $60 free shipping
 
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