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Thread: allen wrench head broken off in module screw

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    Glad that you got the bolt out, great thing about this board, about the only time this board can't help is with obselete equipment, and even then, sometimes some one will turn up with the old part, or fix. Welcome to the site!
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    yeah this board was a great help for this process. now i just gotta wait on my new modules to get here so i can get back shooting. once again thanks to everyone who responded to my post.

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    when you install the new one put some bow string wax on the threads of the new screws
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    i will do that. will that keep the screws from getting bound up or whatever happened to the other one. i use the wax on my broadheads and field tips and it seems to make them snug but i have never had a problem removing them either.

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    Just make sure to put a thin coating on the underside of the screw head as well, not just the threads. I've had several that were galled on the module, but not overly tight on the threads.
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    ok sounds good the modules should be here by friday i just bought new screws too so i will probably replace all of them with new screws and coat them all just to be safe.

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