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Old 04-22-2014, 10:41 AM   #1
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Old 04-22-2014, 10:55 AM   #2
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How are you saucing them with liquid wrench? Spray them and brush em in, and let dry?
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How are you saucing them with liquid wrench? Spray them and brush em in, and let dry?
I found a Paint marker/pen that dispenses the paint like a bingo dobber at a craft store. I took the paint out, cleaned it up and added my sauce of choice. I can now put the sauce on my tires and then brush them in with a toothbrush or something similar. I never really liked the spray top because it seemed to get everywhere.
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Does the liquid wrench seem to work on all compounds or just certain ones?
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Does the liquid wrench seem to work on all compounds or just certain ones?
I have only tried it on gold compound JC (yellow cap/lubricating). The teal cap LW i have been told works good on the softer JC compounds.

I would assume similar results for the clay/soft compounds of other manufacturers but couldnt say for sure.
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Anyone else notice he is wearing a Pro-line t-shirt in a review of J-Concept tires???
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Well guess it goes to show he's not biased.
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I have only tried it on gold compound JC (yellow cap/lubricating). The teal cap LW i have been told works good on the softer JC compounds.

I would assume similar results for the clay/soft compounds of other manufacturers but couldnt say for sure.
Thanks, I will have to give it a shot.
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Anyone else notice he is wearing a Pro-line t-shirt in a review of J-Concept tires???
That's the Cactus Classic Shirt.

Nice Review.
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been wanting to try some LW, hear its not as devastating to tracks like wd## is.

but not sure for super soft treads.
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Jason make some videos on lrp vs orion esc.
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That's the Cactus Classic Shirt.

Nice Review.

Nice Catch..that is the Cactus shirt

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I have only tried it on gold compound JC (yellow cap/lubricating). The teal cap LW i have been told works good on the softer JC compounds.

I would assume similar results for the clay/soft compounds of other manufacturers but couldnt say for sure.
thanks for the info. I found the yellow cap/lubricating liquid wrench. Which version has the teal cap liquid wrench? Is it still a lubricating oil? http://www.liquidwrench.com/products/#!/7
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I have been saucing with wd40 5 minutes before use. Same with L.W.?????????????
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I've read a few threads about some tracks not allowing the use of WD40 because it eventually builds up on the track and starts to take away traction. Any idea if the same goes for Liquid Wrench?
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