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After reading the tip of the day,I remembered the chevy vega aluminum block it had a cast iron head and steel bolts.this is a similar situtation as the steel bolts have to go in aluminum. the bolts would seize under the tourqe.there was a product called anti-seize compound that prevented the bolts from tearing up the dissimilar metal I wonder if useing this product on the threads of the SS screw/bolt along with the gasket would prevent the chemical reaction.
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Lanocote or anhydrous lanolin will perform the same function and prevent galvanic corrosion.

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the anti seize compound works as a loc tite material also,Where is lanolin and lanocote available?
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Anhydrous lanolin is available at most pharmacies. Lanocote is available from most marine chandleries. BTW, Lanocote and Anhydrous Lanolin will also prevent galling in stainless steel fasteners used in stainless steel fittings.

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