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11-29-2016 09:30 PM
7nomad8 Quote:


Originally Posted by Dave57210 View Post

In an effort to help a buddy with his English car, I tried to find their Lucas Magic Smoke replenishment kit, but it seems they no longer carry it.

Naw, the government taxed it like cigarettes till it became non-cost efficient.
11-29-2016 09:08 PM
whinny
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Originally Posted by Dave57210 View Post
In an effort to help a buddy with his English car, I tried to find their Lucas Magic Smoke replenishment kit, but it seems they no longer carry it.
Shucks, everyone knows occupational health and safety stopped that!

Later gator
Russ
11-29-2016 08:35 PM
Dave57210 In an effort to help a buddy with his English car, I tried to find their Lucas Magic Smoke replenishment kit, but it seems they no longer carry it.
11-29-2016 03:15 PM
malc Everything you need to keep your Hawt Rawd in tip top condition is here
at KaleCoAuto.com from "Elbow Grease" to "Blinker Fluid".

Ive got these "Cross Drilled Brake Lines" @ $72.95 on my wish list.

11-29-2016 05:49 AM
deadbodyman You just gotta have the special Hi- temp muffler bearing grease or it will fail emissions test, its a common mistake.
11-28-2016 09:53 PM
Too Many Projects
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rip VW View Post
Wow I am impressed. Please send me 1 new set of Muf Bearings and 5 Lbs of that super duper disulfider grouper stuff ya got. Please put this on my net 30 act. Oh and can you have a driver drop it off here?

No problem, I'll just order that right up thru your local DC and have it there the second Tuesday of next week...
11-28-2016 09:35 PM
Rip VW
Quote:
Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Nope, Schaeffer has a grease just for them...

#286C Hi-Temp Grease with Copper

Hi-Temp (#286C) is specially formulated for those industrial bearing applications, where extremely high temperature up to 1200F (650C) are encountered.



Hi-Temp Grease With Copper (#286C) is a high temperature synthetic silica-thickened anti-wear, extreme pressure grease that is specially formulated for those industrial bearing applications, where extremely high temperature up to 1200F (650C) are encountered.

Hi-Temp Grease With Copper is compounded from a blend of polyethylene glycol synthetic base fluids and a silica based thickener system. Further blended into these polyethylene glycol synthetic base fluids and the silica based thickener system is a proprietary high temperature anti-wear extreme pressure additive and a combination of molybdenum disulfide, graphite and copper flake.

As high temperatures occur the Hi-Temp Grease With Copper will gradually soften in consistency without any drippage of the synthetic base fluids, in order to carry and spread the molybdenum disulfide, graphite and copper flake into the bearing clearances and onto the bearings surfaces. As the temperatures continues to become elevated the synthetic base fluids begin to volatilize cleanly without leaving any residues, varnishes, gums or carbon deposits on the bearing surfaces.

Once the synthetic base fluids have volatilized off a solid lubricant film consisting of the high temperature anti-wear extreme pressure additive and the combination of molybdenum disulfide, graphite and copper flake is left behind to lubricate at temperatures up to 1,200F (650).



Wow I am impressed. Please send me 1 new set of Muf Bearings and 5 Lbs of that super duper disulfider grouper stuff ya got. Please put this on my net 30 act. Oh and can you have a driver drop it off here?

11-28-2016 06:32 AM
Too Many Projects
Quote:
Originally Posted by whinny View Post
Ah....the innuendo ,lol. And no "protection" even mentioned.



Later gator
Russ
Same grease zerk in the same muffler bearing, no protection needed...
11-28-2016 12:18 AM
whinny Ah....the innuendo ,lol. And no "protection" even mentioned.



Later gator
Russ
11-27-2016 08:56 PM
Too Many Projects
Quote:
Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
Well now you've done it. Emissions all over the place.

BB
11-27-2016 08:31 PM
boothboy
Quote:
Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Can you honestly think of anything better than a hot muff to grease your zerk in !!!!! Who cares how good he is, as long as HE gets the job done...
Well now you've done it. Emissions all over the place.

BB
11-27-2016 08:26 PM
Too Many Projects
Quote:
Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
Ah HAAA! What if it's a hot muffler? Huh?

BB

And if he's using a $5.95 Harbor Freight Grease gun how good could he be?
Can you honestly think of anything better than a hot muff to grease your zerk in !!!!! Who cares how good he is, as long as HE gets the job done...
11-27-2016 08:22 PM
boothboy
Quote:
Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
A good service tech wipes his zerk off well after greasing her up...
Shouldn't be any residue left.
Ah HAAA! What if it's a hot muffler? Huh?

BB

And if he's using a $5.95 Harbor Freight Grease gun how good could he be?
11-27-2016 07:46 PM
Too Many Projects
Quote:
Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
Well everybody knew that! I'm talking about the residual on the zerk left over from a typical lube job utilizing a $5.95 Harbor Freight grease gun!

BB
A good service tech wipes his zerk off well after greasing her up...
Shouldn't be any residue left.
11-27-2016 07:38 PM
boothboy
Quote:
Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Nope, Schaeffer has a grease just for them...

#286C Hi-Temp Grease with Copper

Hi-Temp (#286C) is specially formulated for those industrial bearing applications, where extremely high temperature up to 1200F (650C) are encountered.



Hi-Temp Grease With Copper (#286C) is a high temperature synthetic silica-thickened anti-wear, extreme pressure grease that is specially formulated for those industrial bearing applications, where extremely high temperature up to 1200F (650C) are encountered.

Hi-Temp Grease With Copper is compounded from a blend of polyethylene glycol synthetic base fluids and a silica based thickener system. Further blended into these polyethylene glycol synthetic base fluids and the silica based thickener system is a proprietary high temperature anti-wear extreme pressure additive and a combination of molybdenum disulfide, graphite and copper flake.

As high temperatures occur the Hi-Temp Grease With Copper will gradually soften in consistency without any drippage of the synthetic base fluids, in order to carry and spread the molybdenum disulfide, graphite and copper flake into the bearing clearances and onto the bearings surfaces. As the temperatures continues to become elevated the synthetic base fluids begin to volatilize cleanly without leaving any residues, varnishes, gums or carbon deposits on the bearing surfaces.

Once the synthetic base fluids have volatilized off a solid lubricant film consisting of the high temperature anti-wear extreme pressure additive and the combination of molybdenum disulfide, graphite and copper flake is left behind to lubricate at temperatures up to 1,200F (650).
Well everybody knew that! I'm talking about the residual on the zerk left over from a typical lube job utilizing a $5.95 Harbor Freight grease gun!

BB
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