Originally Posted by jcarne
Thanks for the nice comment!
I disagree with this method on using torque seal. I think it is more important to know if the nut has rotated with respect to the bolt (theoretically if it's not on the threads the bolt could rotate and the nut remain stationary and you wouldn't know). If I have to remove a bolt with torque seal on it I am just going to replace it anyways.
It should be a line from bolt to nut to surface. Anything turns and it's easily noticed.
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