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Old 04-17-2008, 08:50 PM
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Default Dow 55

Ok so since I got my new timmy errr vice the recommended lubes are Triflow, dow 33 for some parts and dow 55 for others


I have to admit I'm a little lost where what lube goes where (not to mention I have no idea where to get dow 55 at a decent price). I know the Triflow is for the bolt, what I'm at a loss for where to put the dow 33 and the dow 55



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Old 04-17-2008, 09:42 PM
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In most cases:

Moving O-rings=Dow-33 (Like on the ram)
Stationary O-rings=Dow 55 (Like on the ram sleeve, and other places)
The bolt=Tri-flow

http://macrolineguy.com/dow55.html
http://macrolineguy.com/dow33.html
http://macrolineguy.com/triflow.html

You can pick up Dow products at most hydraulic/Pneumatic shops. If you are lucky Home Depot might have it.
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In most cases:

Moving O-rings=Dow-33 (Like on the ram)
Stationary O-rings=Dow 55 (Like on the ram sleeve, and other places)
The bolt=Tri-flow

http://macrolineguy.com/dow55.html
http://macrolineguy.com/dow33.html
http://macrolineguy.com/triflow.html

You can pick up Dow products at most hydraulic/Pneumatic shops. If you are lucky Home Depot might have it.

I'll have to check since I'm hitting the Depot this weekend to get some stuff to get my lawn going. Just dropped 6 grand on landscaping (original quote was 14k, needless to say changed a lot of stuff) so be nice to not have it go to waste. In case you ever wondered rocky soil SUCKS!!!! hence the 14k estimate for a whole lot of screened dirt. Ended up power raking it and going to hope for the best.
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