Well curosity got the better of me so I went to the Permatex web site to see
what I could find.
Under loctite nickel Anti-sieze 771 (the gray stuff) it says "For preventing
corrosion and galling in high temperature applications such as drop forge
dies, hot corrosive environments and chemical pumps."
Now I don't know how hot a drop forge die gets, but since it deals with
liquid metal I somehow think that the die is warmer than any exhaust manifold.
In a message dated 05/23/2000 10:30:10 PM Pacific Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> I read somewhere, egroups, MGA!, etc., that standard anti-seize
> compund, the grey stuff, is not for high temp situations. The
> subject came up in regards to it being used on exhaust manifold
> nuts. The author recommended the coppor colored HIGH temp type
> of anti-seize.