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Old 11-02-2009
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I'm going back with the galvanized bolts in replacement. Have any of you priced a 6" Bronze bolt lately? I'm not paying $17 per bolt when there's 200 of them. I'll be dipping mine in non-conductive liquid rubber but leaving the last bit of thread free for the nut. I'll then coat the nut and remaining threads with the LRB after I tighten them up. No moisture and no conductivity, therefore, no electrolysis. I'll replace whatever wood needs it and CPES the rest.
Yeah bronze prices are outta sight, but still not much compared to the labor.
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Yeah bronze prices are outta sight, but still not much compared to the labor.
Charlie, I wonder about new coatings on galvanised bolts too. I wonder about dipping them in epoxy or powder coating them less the threads. Dose any one have information on the subject.
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