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i usually use locktite on any bolts i use like you do but in this case i havent becouse somepeople say that if you need to remove this clip ons for some reason you havent got anyroom with the fairing on to make some strength and loosen the bolts with the loctite on
If they're installed correctly and torqued down properly, you should be good to go. If you're worried, put some locktite on the bolts, and then check the tightness periodically.
It's not a bad idea to check anything that you've installed shortly after installation, just to make sure it hasn't loosened. Nearly any bolt that I take off, I put locktite on when I reinstall it.
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I don't know why anyone would use loctite with a nylon lock nut to begin with, as the nylon lock nut does the same job as the loctite. However, I don't see any real harm in the nylon being made brittle by the loctite, I mean the loctite will just take over the job of the lock nut at that point. But, yeah, still a good idea not to...
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