n00b with a q
Howdy folks. I just picked up my '98 Ranger yesterday. It's got 170k and has been mechanic-maintained for the last ~80k, runs like a top. It's a bone-stock base model.
Anyways, the only thing it needs is rotors up front. One of the how-to's I came across online mentions that threadlock is used to secure the bolts that attach the calipers. How necessary is this? As you may have noticed, I'm far from an experienced mechanic, but one has to start somewhere. Any feedback would be much appreciated!