Originally Posted by 577-Jersey
I only used it on the outside of the studs where the nuts go,,not on the part that threads into the jug but thanks for the warning,,it wont hold up to the heat anyway,if I keep the motor below its top RPM they wont back out,,think i need to look into crank balancing for this one or just ride it slow..lol
I double nutted a motor that had this problem and it solved it. You might also try nylock nuts. As a last resort, you can make a locking nut by SLIGHTLY crushing a regular nut with visegrips to make it harder to turn. Be careful, it only takes a very small amount and too much will strip the stud instead of threading on.
If more is better, then too much is just enough.
If you can't afford it, build it yourself.