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Old 04-22-2013, 09:02 PM   #11
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I have messed around with many different lubes including frog lube , seems like a OK lubricant it does as its supposed to do when it cools off its almost like a lubricant made from Boeing called Boelube that I use for drilling and tapping its a very slick dry lubricant when its cool and kind of melts and disperses as it heats up , I just prefer a splash and go of Mobile one , it does not burn off like alot of other lubricants when really heated up like others I have tried . and a Quart will last a person forever when your using drops of it



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