I've done some parts switching on some of my bikes and am wondering where it is essential to use anti-seize compound.
I haven't removed the bottom bracket on my titanium bike, but I'm assuming that it should definitely be used there. It's creaking a little, so I think I'm going to be fiddling with it. Planning to buy some of the copper-based anti-seize compound somewhere. Hopefully, it already has anti-seize compound on the bottom bracket, but it's a Motobecane and there have been the occasional horror stories...
What about things like water bottle cage bolts? I just used Phil Wood grease there. Just greased the seat post.
And then I got to wondering about where the front derailleur clamps around the seat tube. I can't remember if I put anything on there. The inside of the clamp(2009 Rival) has the black finish, so I probably figured it wasn't metal to metal contact.