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Should I leave bolts in frame when I've removed component (mudguards for example)
I've just remove my mudguards from my Ti frame and as usual I have put the bolts back into the frame where the thread goes into a tube - for example in the chain-stay bridge and brake bridge.
I used anti-seize on the threads and did not do them up tight.
Should I be doing this?
I do it because it looks a bit neater and I suppose to stop water getting int but I thought that maybe I am just risking ruining my frame if the bolt gets stuck in there.