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Old 10-10-2004, 04:00 PM   #1
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Marvel Mystery oil on bearings

Hey guys I was wondering if anyone has used Marvel Mystery oil on bearings in the diffs. Cause a guy at a hobby shop I went too said that Team Trinity makes a oil you can put in the bearings, but he said that the Marvel Mystery oil is the same stuff. Would this work.

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I have used it and not had any problems with it.
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Marvel Mystery Oil is good to use but it is still thick compared to Trinity's ball bearing oil, or their Royal oil, or any other synthetic oil used to oil bearings.
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