I've got a GPR stabilizer on my 05 SVS and it uses a low profile aluminum SSN. I realized this nut was loose and when I took it off, I realized that some of the threads were boogered up... it goes on for a few rotations and then just stops. My plan is to put some oil on it and try to rethread it on the steering stem. The reason I'm hesitant is that I don't want to cause damage to the threads on the stem. Can anyone confirm that the SS on our bikes are made of steel, or any metal stronger than aluminum? I assume yes, but want to be sure before I make a $500 mistake Thanks!