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Anti-Seize on Ram screws


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The instructions say to use anti seize before threading the replacement screws into the brake/clutch reservoir. Is this really necessary? Why?


I'm just really curious as to why. Especially since the existing one does not.

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Noel, not sure it is absolutely necessary but not a bad idea..


Those small screws can gall easily if tightened on dry threads,, a small amount of anti seize can prevent galling of the threads & make future removal much simpler..


There is also the corrosion effect of brake fluid (assuming your clutch uses brake fluid rather than clutch oil).. A little anti seize can help prevent brake fluid from quickly rusting up the screw threads..




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