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Old 03-19-2012, 12:19 PM   #1
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Lubricators, Protectors, and Penetrators

Dear TF Mariners!
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Although I believe there has already been thread in this forum regarding the following... for the good of keeping our boating equipment in top condition and because I feel a well followed lubrication schedule on all moving parts always helps provide them with longer/usable life... thought Id provide this list of lubes, protectors, and penetrators that Ive*amassed via*other boaters and my*input. **Any more brands of similar products that can be added to the list would be great! *- Art
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PS: I have not used all these products, but as time progresses*do plan to try several that are new to me.
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LUBRICATORS, PROTECTORS, and PENETRATORS (in no special rank or order):
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General mechanical needs...
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Gibbs penetrates, protects, and lubricates: http://www.gibbsbrand.net/
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Boeshield penetrating protectorate liquid: http://boeshield.com/

BLaster lube and penetrating liquids: http://www.blastercorporation.com/

Kano / Kroil penetrating liquids: http://www.kanolabs.com/
Gun Lubes...

Tetragun http://www.tetraproducts.com/

Breakfree http://www.break-free.com/

Slipstream

Motorcycle Lubes...

Bel-Ray http://www.belray.com/
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LPShttp://www.lpslabs.com/
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LPS 3http://www.jdindustrialsupply.com/lps.html
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MY OWN LUBE CONCOCTION 10% kerosene, 30% baby oil, and 60% 15-40W diesel oil. *Apply by small brush or good old (classic), thin-long-neck/screw-top/bench-top oil can.
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Other Lubes...
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Rust Check Canadian product. Available in some Kmart stores and some select locations.* http://www.rustcheck.com/
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WALTERS Hang-On Sprays thin into tightest areas, quickly evaporates, leaves Grease film.* To buy - http://www.heavydutystore.com/walter...-pr-63813.html Video -
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WD-40 General all purpose lube and penetrator http://www.wd40.com/
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Liquid Wrench General purposes penetrator and lubricant: http://www.liquidwrench.com/
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Automatic Transmission Fluid and Motor Oils Any brand seems to somewhat protect, penetrate, and lube items too.
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