A roll of ducktape and a can of WD-40 is all a man
needs to keep anything running. I guess we can add a
jar of vasoline to that, all smart alec comments to
I put just a little piece of duck tape on the Orion II
so it blended in better in the shack.:)
--- Charles Greene <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The best stuff I have used is ordinary vaseline. I
> use it on winches
> too; on a boat that is.
> 73, Cahs, W1CG
> At 01:51 PM 2/20/2006, ChasW3KC wrote:
> >The viscosity of the red stuff is fine for a while,
> but as
> >you suggest, it does tend to eventually dry up.
> >tractor lube though - where the parts get warm each
> time you
> >use the machine.
> >I used LubriMatic lithium grease the last time I
> rebuilt my
> >PTO and it seems to be holding up well. Mobil One
> >gear lube is supposedly good also, but never tried
> >73 Chas W3KC
> >rob said:
> > >... I do not understand why Ten Tec continues to
> > > use the red junk that turns into tar. Maybe
> they bought 5
> > > tons of it at
> > > some point in the past.
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