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Old 12-04-2012, 12:50 AM   #18271
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Hey, Major K, long time; good to see you posting.
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I has been a long time hasn't it? I guess life just tends to get in the way of things and keeping track of time becomes an afterthought.

It's good to be posting again, but I do have to ask did we pick up some anti-social, brand myopic members since I have been gone? The reason why I ask is because I've made numerous inquiries over in one of the other subsections of the forum and nobody seems to want to give me answer to any my questions.
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Thanks.

I has been a long time hasn't it? I guess life just tends to get in the way of things and keeping track of time becomes an afterthought.

It's good to be posting again, but I do have to ask did we pick up some anti-social, brand myopic members since I have been gone? The reason why I ask is because I've made numerous inquiries over in one of the other subsections of the forum and nobody seems to want to give me answer to any my questions.
What questions?????
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My bike's in on Warranty work... been two months, they approved it two weeks ago, and now the crankshaft is on back order. Everything but the pistons and case are being replaced, from my understanding.
You know you have to put oil in it right?
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What questions?????
Well, it started all started with me wanting to ask for people's opinions on three selected shotguns that I had narrowed down for a future purchase. I got nowhere with that and ended up going to other web forums for those opinions. Then, I finally picked a shotgun and purchased it recently and I've been asking on how do some DIY maintanence with it so I don't have to send it back to the factory or swap out parts.

Simply put, I ended up getting a brand new Remington 870 Express Tactical (#81198) and I noticed that the choke tube, barrel clamp, and magazine tube were a little loose after using it at the range. From my understanding this is normal depending on the parts and that some Loctite can, for the most part, fix those problems. However, I'm unfamiliar with the process and was wondering what type of Loctite I needed to apply (blue, red, etc and the strength of it) on those areas and how to do so. That way I can keep the parts from coming loose from use, but still have the ability to break the shotgun down when needed.
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Blue loctite is removable. That is what you want to use, if anything.

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Blue loctite is removable. That is what you want to use, if anything.
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Is there any particular strength that I need to look out for or is the general blue Loctite 242 fine? The reason why I asked is because I noticed on their (Loctite's) website that there are particular formula numbers with each one of their different types of adhesives, epoxies, and glues.
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Thanks!

Is there any particular strength that I need to look out for or is the general blue Loctite 242 fine? The reason why I asked is because I noticed on their (Loctite's) website that there are particular formula numbers with each one of their different types of adhesives, epoxies, and glues.
Dunno. I would go with regular loctite. Heating will soften it for removal.
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Dunno. I would go with regular loctite. Heating will soften it for removal.
Well, I just noticed that blue 242 is the only formula they have so I guess I just answered my own question.

Thanks again for the help though!
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Thanks.

I has been a long time hasn't it? I guess life just tends to get in the way of things and keeping track of time becomes an afterthought.

It's good to be posting again, but I do have to ask did we pick up some anti-social, brand myopic members since I have been gone? The reason why I ask is because I've made numerous inquiries over in one of the other subsections of the forum and nobody seems to want to give me answer to any my questions.
I guess that happens because most threads I have tried to start went nowhere fast,
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Well, I just noticed that blue 242 is the only formula they have so I guess I just answered my own question.

Thanks again for the help though!
I don't know much about shotguns but I do know a thing or two about loctite...
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