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2 Comments

  • David Steele says:

    Does the powder coating come off easy if a socket is used on a regular hex bolt?

    • PCBolts says:

      David
      The powder coating will not come off. There will be some light marks from the tool but barely noticeable. It is important however to install by hand and not use power tools as the impact action will dramatically increase the visible marring and possible damage. Thanks for checking
      Stan

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