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      02-16-2019, 09:11 AM   #43
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That loctite 660 is popular for repairing wobbly crank pulleys on Miata engines so theoretically it would work great for this application. It dries anaerobically though, so if it's exposed to air it will not harden. I'm thinking it may be anaerobic enough just reinstalling the spacer and circlip and bolting the driveshaft back in place. The loctite videos on youtube recommend using a hardening primer (7649) before applying the 660. The video indicates it's good to go in an hour with the primer, though I'd probably still go with a 12 hour cure.