I assume that when a torque spec is given by a manufacturer, it for dry torque unless wet torque is stated. I almost always use anti-seize compound or loctite when assembling anything mechanical. I assume that applying either product to a fastener makes the fastener "wet" If I use the dry torque spec, will the fastener be over-torqued after applying anti-seize or loctite? If so, by what percentage should torque be reduced from dry torque spec for a "wet" fastener?
Thanks in advance for your comments.