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Old 04-23-2006, 09:58 AM   #1
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Default Tamiya Anti wear Grease or Ceramic Grease..??

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I have just bought a Ceramic thrust Bearing set for the Centax 2, and have both these available to grease up the bearing. Which is the beat for this Application??
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Where did you get the ceramic thrust bearing?
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Just a quickie

I have just bought a Ceramic thrust Bearing set for the Centax 2, and have both these available to grease up the bearing. Which is the beat for this Application??
I use Tamiya ceramic grease for bearings and one way bearing. Have been using it two years
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Go with the antiwear grease. Which is much more sticky and durable.

Infact; Tamiya Molybdenum or MuGen Super grease are better options than these. Use these if they are available. If not awg will do fine
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Where did you get the ceramic thrust bearing?
I got it from Borderline RC

10 pounds............;this stuff is expensive
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Yes Anti wear is best , it doesn't sling off like others at high rev`s.............
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I agree, the AW grease from Tamiya is the best out there. Extremely sticky which is a good thing when you are using it on rotating parts like the outdrives and thrust bearings.
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