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Polaris patch lock equivalent?

I pulled the front and rear drive shafts to service the carrier bearing. While removing the rear off the transmission coupler there was green thread locker on the four allen bolts. In the manual polaris calls it patch lock.
What would be the loctite equivalent to use for reinstalling?

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I pulled the front and rear drive shafts to service the carrier bearing. While removing the rear off the transmission coupler there was green thread locker on the four allen bolts.
What would be the loctite equivalent to use for reinstalling?
Uhhhhhh, green?
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Re: Polaris patch lock equivalent?

Rule of thumb: Green is penetrating for parts already assembled. Blue for parts that require periodical maintenance. Red for critical parts that rarely need disassembly.
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Re: Polaris patch lock equivalent?

Green and orange are also common colors on (external use) tamper indicators or Torque Seal, indicates if a fastener has backed off. But not used on threads, just on the screw or bolt head or nut.

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Re: Polaris patch lock equivalent?

Thank you Joe, my concern was if there was some proprietary thing going on with "patchlock"
It wasnt wicked in but applied to the bolts prior to assembly, just wanted to be safe.
Last thing I want is the shaft coming apart.

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