Posts tagged "Loctite Anti-Seize"

So, you’re hearing a rubbing or grinding noise in your brakes? You know what that means, even if you are not accustomed to fixing your own car: it’s time to change the brake pads.  You could rely on repair shop for the fix. Replacing the brake pads will cost you around $150 (more or less, […]

I love fixing my project cars, but hate doing maintenance on the daily drivers. One is enjoying my hobby, the other feels like work. But, sometimes I can’t avoid it.  Thankfully, my wife’s 2005 Honda CRV hasn’t needed much outside of oil changes, air filters and drivetrain lubrication service. Recently it hit the 98K mile […]

Anti-seize formulations have been around since the 1940s, but too often remain an afterthought in the MRO applications for which they were created. Yes, using an anti-seize lubricant adds an extra step to the repair or maintenance process, but the benefits of doing so – time saved, equipment replacement costs saved, downtime reduced – far […]

It’s a decision that’s faced by everyone who enjoys restoring or modifying vintage vehicles: Do what looks good, or do what’s going to take the least amount of time?  What is more important – getting the job done quickly with minimal effort, or driving up in a car that is going to draw the admiration […]