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Old 02-08-2016, 08:17 PM   #21
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I think a reasonable guess is that the bolt has one type of plating and the nut and washer are simply different. I suppose the good news is that you could remove the nut and washer, and replace them with hardware which would handle the moisture better.
I agree, but the issue of condensation would not be addressed by simply replacing the hardware.
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I agree, but the issue of condensation would not be addressed by simply replacing the hardware.
Yes - insulation should be added to reduce condensation and thus reduce the source of the issue, even if the hardware is changed to improve corrosion resistance.
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