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The exhaust bolts on my bike keep coming loose. A friend advised me to change bolts for studs is he right? or is there ant way to keep them in? they have a vibration washer on them but come loose after 10 miles they were nearly out the other day only noticed when it started to get louder at the front than the rear lol,you might be able to use thread lock that should stop them coming loose.,,,

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