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In Reply to: dielectric bolt? posted by Larry on Sunday, April 06, 2014:
Thanks Bob. I've used some 2 part epoxy glue that I make golf clubs with to glue it back together. Supposed to be good for 2000lbs of pressure. It appears quite solid. I'll check Granger and if it don't hold. I think it is stronger than the original was right now though. I'm wondering if you get a new regulator do you have to mount it the same way? I can't imagine any of those 3 mounting bolts holding up when you take the nut off. I sprayed PB Blaster on mine and it still came apart.
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