<VV> Helicoil or Time Sert?
J R Read_HML
hmlinc at sbcglobal.net
Wed Oct 21 16:49:53 EDT 2009
I'm not too sure about using anti-seize on the pan bolts. First, probably
not needed. I don't remember ever having one rust into place <GRIN>.
Second, the lube effect of the anti-sneeze (an lclc word) might lead to an
over tighten (over-torque?) situation.
I DO suggest washers to help spread out the forces on the pan at the holes.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bryan Blackwell" <bryan at skiblack.com>
To: <ChiefTAM at aol.com>
Cc: <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2009 12:57 PM
Subject: Re: <VV> Helicoil or Time Sert?
I would try using a straight pan and a little anti-
> seize on the bolts and then torque them and see what happens. I've
> had much better luck with pan bolts since doing it that way. When the
> bolts are too tight and the pan deforms, the tension on the bolts
> doesn't stay the same and they come loose.
> On Oct 20, 2009, at 10:35 PM, ChiefTAM at aol.com wrote:
>> What is the best way to keep the oil pan bolts from loosening up after
>> driving a while? I torqued the bolts to the proper torque a short
>> time ago,
>> and most are loosening up, allowing the pan to leak oil.
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