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Old 02-23-2004, 12:28 PM   #16
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Dura lube works nice on bearings.
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Old 02-23-2004, 05:36 PM   #17
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Here in Japan, alot of racers use Friction Zero.
I swithced over from Trinity royal oil and its much better.
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Someone mentioned Microlon in another thread Bearing Cleaning Process
I am going to the RC shop today to pick some up if i can.. I will post results if i can get it
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Ok, I must suck or something lol. I broke 3 blades trying to get the seals out of my TC3 bearings (rubber sealed) I followed the pictures to a "T" from the link posted earlier and it broke everytime .
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I use a needle to take out the metal shields/springs. Doesn't break, and it is fine enough to get under the lip of the bearing. It kinda works for rubber sealed bearings too.
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Like Atheena said, Megamule's bearing lube is great, i use it in my Acer Cheramics and it's the best i've used. I know the Mule himself and his a really nice guy!
What i've been told it's exactly the same lube that Xray uses in their polyamide sealed Blue Bearings so it's slick as hell
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Old 02-26-2004, 05:53 PM   #23
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We recommend either Bulit Lube, Zubie Lube or Kisbey Bearing Oil for our ceramic bearings and our steel bearings. Flush out the oil that comes in the bearings and add one drop of any of these good lubes.

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