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Posted: 06/23/22 02:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Microlite Mike wrote:

JRscooby wrote:

If you have enough thread there, screw on 2 nuts, then jam them together. Work same as welding, but if you need to take it apart you can


Shaft has acme threads on it. Standard nuts won't fit however oversized nut s can be welded on.


Thank you! Acme was what I was looking for. I've ordered four of them up and will try the welding option.

For lubrication, what should I use? Would standard grease be fine?

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My preference would be white lithium grease, but any grease is better than no grease.


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A dry lube like bicycle chain lube is better than grease. Grease will collect dirt.

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