I am in the middle of rebuilding/rebushing, my front and rear suspensions as well as replacing bearings, etc. Taking them apart was a bit of a challenge and many of the bolt heads broke off or I ended up using a nut splitter to get lock nuts off of things to get them apart. The car isn't a rust bucket and I don't live near the ocean but we do get chemical deicer here and I have concerns about putting new hardware in dry. Most of the little stuff I'll put antiseize on with no worries but my concern is with all the new stretch bolts- especially the forward control arm bolts. The control arm rear bolts and the pinch bolts for the struts along with the rear shock lower bolts I will put in dry but anything that threads into the subframe and body are where I would like to use it because the thought of breaking off either of those inside the subframe or body scares the crap out of me. I know the antiseize would have the effect of lubing the threads and increasing torque but with a torque to yield bolt is that a problem? I've even thought about maybe using blue loctite or a thread sealant like loctite 542 just to keep the subframe and bolt threads from rusting together but even the 542 will have the same lubricating effect. Any thoughts or experience?