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Old 10-19-2018, 01:52 PM   #1
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Anti Seize Lubricants

I am changing the packing on my rudder post and would like to use some anti-Seize when I assemble the bronze collars to make disassembly easy. It was a struggle to back the collar off. I have always used Permatex Aluminum Anti-Seize for everything. Does this stuff have any place on a boat or should I consider other? The last thing I want is to set up some galvanizing reaction and do more harm than good. In summary I am looking for suggestions for a good all around Anti-Seize for a marine salt water environment.

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