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Old 08-15-2006, 08:21 AM   #46
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Aside from oils....

I use Aerocar's Super Speed Gear Lube for my Mini's gears, and Goo Loob for my diff balls.. works like a charm, and a container will last forever..

Associated Black Grease or Tamiya's Anti-wear grease is great on diff thrust bearings..

What's the best grease that sticks to thrust bearings on Centax clutches? I've used AW for the most part, but are there any other suggestions?
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Old 08-15-2006, 08:30 AM   #47
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You want wotor spray??? Go to the auto parts store and get the big can of Electrical Parts cleaner for $1.99, it's the same crap....
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Old 08-15-2006, 09:11 AM   #48
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Thanks man.
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You want wotor spray??? Go to the auto parts store and get the big can of Electrical Parts cleaner for $1.99, it's the same crap....
No $hit? and it's safe on plastics? Gotta give that a shot if thats the case.... 1.99 is tha' nice price.
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One of my local hobby shop owner says that the brake cleaner that he's supplying can be used on motors. His shop is small though and he doesn't have much in the store. But I think it's cause his shop is still new.
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If you can get it CRC brake cleaner is good also. In my area they want $3.99 for the electrical parts cleaner...Still cheaper than $5.99 for motor cleaner.
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