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    tower pro bell motor mount

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    i have this problem, the heat sink mount comes the motor with only one squeez type screw, ,well it dosent stay tight, whats the fix
    thanks for any help

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    RE: tower pro bell motor mount

    How about blue or purple locktite?

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    RE: tower pro bell motor mount

    A longer screw and a lock nut on the end is what I did
    You're so smart,, you figured out how to read this!! Or maybe ya just got lucky??

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    RE: tower pro bell motor mount


    ORIGINAL: Laird SS

    How about blue or purple locktite?

    thanks, should i also put the loctite on the motor part where is slips into the heat sink ?

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    RE: tower pro bell motor mount


    ORIGINAL: scale only 4 me

    A longer screw and a lock nut on the end is what I did
    thanks thats another good idea you have


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