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Old 07-31-2011, 10:51 PM   #1
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Hello people, i need some help, im only new to the game and a
im trying to find out what type of grease to use on the drive shafts,bevel gears and what not.. i had a look at some inox Teflon based grease , what r your thoughts.. i don't have a hobby shop in town and the closest one is 2 hours away. if possible i would like to buy something larger then the normal 3g pack.


thanks for your help... Chad.
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Xceed Premium Lube.

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sorry forgot to mention i live in australia
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http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/GORILLA-S...item29fa627850

I use that in my 1/8th truggy and seems to be doing a fine job so far.
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Go down to the auto parts store and get a tub of high temp wheel bearing grease.
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Go down to the auto parts store and get a tub of high temp wheel bearing grease.
agree, mix some graphite powder into it and you have enough grease for 10 years.
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