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Old 01-16-2013, 11:58 AM   #1
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Default Ride gear putty

Has anyone tried Ride gear putty in their differentials ? I have been using 300000 wt oil in my gear diff and noticed that it really thins out after a few minutes of running. They claim that the paste characteristics will remain consistent and stable regardless of the temperature of use.
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Has anyone tried Ride gear putty in their differentials ? I have been using 300000 wt oil in my gear diff and noticed that it really thins out after a few minutes of running. They claim that the paste characteristics will remain consistent and stable regardless of the temperature of use.
I tried the hardness 45 in a tamiya 417x. Worked great, keep in mind the putty its way stiffer than 300k. It really becomes like a spool that "gives".
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