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    HSN Holder keeps on going loose

    Hi

    My HSN holder when I was running it last and this was after about half an hour became loose, I tried tightening it but it kept on coming loose.

    I do know that the HSN should not be fully tightened and only by one or two turns once you feel the tension,

    So what should I do to fix this, is it a good idea to use thread locker or green slime, I'm not sure at this point?

    Thanks naz


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    RE: HSN Holder keeps on going loose

    hummmm cant say ive had this problem, but some blue thread locker wont hurt it...

    Allso check that nothing is making the fuelhose move around, because that could move the inlet and loosen off the holder, a inline fuel filter could cause this
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    RE: HSN Holder keeps on going loose

    I would use a little PTFE tape.
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