Thanks for your response nolanbalzarini. You're right, high heat is needed for separation.
I think it would be better to ask: Would be safe to use Blue Loctite on body mount bolts?
For now, I am doing a tub restoration, body and suspension lift. When I can financially afford to, I will be doing an engine swap and other updates that will be easier with the body off.
The tub restoration includes welding chunks of flooring that I had to cut out because 8 of the 10 body mount bolts snapped. Once the welding is done, the body mount nuts will no longer be accessible for heating.
So I'm leaning towards Blue Loctite
- The tub will be coming off within the next two years.
- According to the Red Loctite TDS, parts must be heated to 482°F for separation.
- Having installed a new 3" lift kit, I'm concerned that heating a very long, 1/2" bolt to 482°F may take a while and in the process will damage the nylon lift blocks.