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Old 02-13-2011, 06:34 PM
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Originally Posted by scooper77515 View Post
I won't let a little argument between two people I don't know prevent me from putting anti-seize on plugs, especially going into an aluminum head.

I have dealt with too many aluminum/other metal issues galding together to even take a chance.

I used to work on HUGE vacuum pumps and compressors (NASH centrifugal pumps) and learned that anti-seize is your friend.

I can't see why anyone wouldn't. It's cheap insurance.
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