Harrows Darts.

WHAT LOCTITE TO USE ?
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Hi all,

One storm points does not fit in my pal his C12. i advised him to buy the black but he bought the silver.

plastic from the Unicorn stems does not do the job on these, so for the first time i need some Loctite.

What number do i need to buy ?

Red 263 ?---?
may all the doubles be with you

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Just checked mine and it is Red #262 - not had a problem with it to date, has kept points in loose fitting darts and will release if heated.
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(08-01-2015, 08:46 PM)REBEL Wrote: Just checked mine and it is Red #262 - not had a problem with it to date, has kept points in loose fitting darts and will release if heated.

Thanks Bud.

On to the hardware store tomorrow

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I recently had this same issue. Super glue would work for a while, then it'd fracture from the shock. I took the darts over to my local True Value (amazing fastener section) and they steered me to Permatex Red. It's also a "thread locker," not "glue." So far so good.
26's so far this year: I've already lost count. :-)

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If you can get it the Permatex Mid blue is the the best as its stays "flexible" 'fraid I can't quote the #as the bottle I have was via a mate ( in aero servicing trade) & only has a barcode on the bottle
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This Loctite is formulated to be flexible as it has rubber:

https://www.loctiteproducts.com/p/sg_ug_...ontrol.htm

Alternatively, I've used Selly's Supa Glue Gel (that is said to be shock proof up to 4 x normal Supa Glue) to fletch arrows before, and it does work:

https://www.selleys.com.au/adhesives/hou...ock-proof/

Alternatively, look for any ultra high strength shock proof adhesive on the web.

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I use Loctite 609, which is a retaining compound.
Designed to retain roller bearing inner races onto shafts.
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