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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-02-2016, 03:22 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know if there is a chrome or polished stainless bolt replacement kit available? Nearly all of my hex bolts have a thin whitish corrosion on them. I would like to just replace instead if taking each out and polishing it individually. Thanks, it's a 2011 XC.

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Does anyone know if there is a chrome or polished stainless bolt replacement kit available? Nearly all of my hex bolts have a thin whitish corrosion on them. I would like to just replace instead if taking each out and polishing it individually. Thanks, it's a 2011 XC.
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Hey, thanks.. I looked there I just didn't see them I guess..

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Hey, thanks.. I looked there I just didn't see them I guess..
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Can get chrome and SS at Ace hardware at least where I live you can


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make sure you put a little layer of anti seize on each bolt to prevent them from seizing up on you. One flake of chrome comes off and you're in for a lot of work.

Stainless steel bolts rub some paraffin wax on threads to prevent seizing

here is a tip for anyone using chrome allen bolts. Go buy some clear fingernail polish. Put some clear polish in where allen wrench goes to prevent rust. If you have to take bolt out put wrench in allen and tap wrench with hammer to knock polish out
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here is a tip for anyone using chrome allen bolts. Go buy some clear fingernail polish. Put some clear polish in where allen wrench goes to prevent rust. If you have to take bolt out put wrench in allen and tap wrench with hammer to knock polish out
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