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Old 01-29-2012, 07:35 PM   #16
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Tight bolt threads by design??

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OK, thanks. Just wanted to be sure if that wood be OK. I'll stick with factory then. No chances.
I cant tell yes or no.


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Tight bolt threads by design??

Wait till you run across nuts stamped with indentations like this. (Two years after having a wrench slip off one of these bas**rds, and I'm still having shoulder problems... these were on a basketball pole and backboard.)
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