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I'm thinking of taking apart the nuts/bolts on the exhaust system of a new SSR to put anti-seize on them for future ease of removal. Has anyone else done this?? Was also thinking about taking out the O2 sensors and putting anti-seize on the threads. I know most new O2 sensors already have anti-seize on them, but not sure if the ones from the factory are that way. Does this seem worth the effort?
 

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Just be real careful using the anti-sieze on the O2 sensors. If it gets into the sense ports it can screw it up - then you need a new O2 sensor.
 
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