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Old 04-02-2009, 06:52 PM   #31
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LoL, That is a serious Overkill amount, I've had that for years and not put a dent in it.

I forget where I got it, I would try Auto Zone or Napa.

AE shocks have became crap really, I Like my Losi shocks much more. Alot less maintenance. I have heard good things about the Kyosho and Hot bodies Shocks on AE cars.

If I see it the next time I srop at the auto part store I will let you know which one.

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Edit: I have not used Teflon Grease before, I will have to pick some up and try it out. Where do you pick it up at? Yea I had alot of great times with the OS CV and CZ
umm I get it @ Lowes or any hardware store, should have it, I believe Bicycle shops have it as well. It's basically grease with Teflon lubricant in the content. The green slime works but is quite expensive to have to buy many tubes instead of getting something in bulk like Josh has
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Old 04-02-2009, 06:57 PM   #32
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The green slime works but is quite expensive to have to buy many tubes instead of getting something in bulk like Josh has
This isn't the guy proposing to throw away bearing sets after every raceday is it?
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This isn't the guy proposing to throw away bearing sets after every raceday is it?
isn't this the guy that likes to talk trash about xDarrellx87 and slash cars?

The bearings thing was meaning you can get 10bearings for price of 2 bearings that will fail when you reach your 6th cheap bearing so it's cheaper. On the grease buying in bulk saves money.

and Josh be sure the Teflon is Dupont, it is a little higher quality generally. I'd say look in a bicycle shop first.
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Teflon is a DuPont patented product.

Come on dude, yesterday you couldn't even keep a T-4 and a XXX-T or Associated and Losi straight and today suddenly your word is golden?
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Teflon is a DuPont patented product.

Come on dude, yesterday you couldn't even keep a T-4 and a XXX-T or Associated and Losi straight and today suddenly your word is golden?
Pete also makes Teflon (Lithium grease)

http://www.aaaindustrialsupply.com/b...on-21030-.HTML

Yet you keep attacking ME which is quite childish
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Pete also makes Teflon (Lithium grease)

http://www.aaaindustrialsupply.com/b...on-21030-.HTML

Yet you keep attacking ME which is quite childish
all about Teflon = http://inventors.about.com/library/i...s/blteflon.htm

I haven't attacked you yet.
But you seem bound and determined to be right about everything and get in the last word on everything. I was waiting for you to say that YOU invented Teflon.
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The shocks work with air in them, you don't want to get all the air out. I use GS Racing o-rings in my b4 and my T4 and all I have to say is wow!
Hey porkey what's the part # on those GS o-rings?

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all about Teflon = http://inventors.about.com/library/i...s/blteflon.htm

I haven't attacked you yet.
But you seem bound and determined to be right about everything and get in the last word on everything. I was waiting for you to say that YOU invented Teflon.
Yes, Dupont technically makes Teflon, but they do sell it to other manufactures to put in their grease, but the main point is the Teflon grease really does the trick.
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Yes, Dupont technically makes Teflon, but they do sell it to other manufactures to put in their grease, but the main point is the Teflon grease really does the trick.
It is NOT Teflon grease, it IS grease with Teflon in it.
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It is NOT Teflon grease, it IS grease with Teflon in it.
true, whats your problem dude?
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true, whats your problem dude?
That you're wrong, and rude, and insist on getting the last word in on every thread. Not very adult.

btw ~ your Pete's grease is SYNTHETIC

Don't let me down and forget to put a snappy comeback here like everywhere else.
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That you're wrong, and rude, and insist on getting the last word in on every thread. Not very adult.


btw ~ your Pete's grease is SYNTHETIC
you were rude first, but it doesn't matter anymore as I moved on
okay it's Synthetic, I don't care, I just know it works rather well.
I do not insist in getting the last word calm down

Overall: I'd suggest using Teflon Grease instead of Green-Slime
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