Ultra Torque L/H thread

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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by beanbiken

joejack951 wrote:
beanbiken wrote:Zinc base anti seize ok?? but that no reaction with Ti?

I bought a Stronglight Fission crankset with titanium axle back in the day. It came with copper anti-sieze so I am inclined to think zinc-based anti-sieze is a no-no. Any auto parts store ought to have some small packets of the copper stuff available as it is supplied that way for replacement oxygen sensors. I may even have an extra one I could send you.

JJ, ok and thanks for the offer but i reckon I can extend the budget for some copper based anti seize........... :lol: all good


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by AJS914

Doesn't grease also function as an anti-seize?

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