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 10-18-2008, 11:07 Post: 157349
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Thanks I think I am OK on motor oil and hydraulic fluid now. All I think I need now is the transmission fluid. I will go to the lubrication section on the forum. I didn't notice it before.
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 10-18-2008, 14:04 Post: 157350
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Naw, you're just fine right here. Working on Chinese tractors is old school - including lubrication. So you're best stickin' here - with the folks that actually own/operate/maintain them.

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 12-19-2008, 18:19 Post: 158704
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I have to agree with greg, when it comes to guys (greg, murf, & others that I can't name) that know there beans about these tractors, these guys are tops. I'm dumb as a red brick and they're just as patient and helpful as can be. Also when I need parts these are the guys I like to deal with.

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 12-20-2008, 13:48 Post: 158732
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Speaking of which (sort of), there's a product called Fluid Film (drums, cans, or aerosols) that advertises in trade publications. Supposedly prevents rust as an undercoating, stops snow from sticking to blades, prevents locks from freezing, and adds 20 years to the life of your equipment by putting a can in your toolbox. Anybody tried it?






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 12-20-2008, 15:51 Post: 158736
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"and adds 20 years to the life of your equipment by putting a can in your toolbox"

Auer, does it work the same way keeping a gym membership card in your wallet takes off weight?

Anywho...TSC sells it. The last time I looked at it years ago I think I saw something about graphite being the main ingredient--could be wrong. IMHO any spray on coating that doesn't cure or stick like paint or otherwise not rub off--will. In my offroading days getting muddy, we used Pam vegetable spray or household silicone spray lube.






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 12-20-2008, 16:10 Post: 158737
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I went on their website www.eurekafluidfilm.com and found this in part:

Fluid FilmŪ AS & NAS are formulated from specially processed wool-wax, highly refined petroleum oils and selected agents to provide corrosion control, penetration, metal wetting and water displacement. These long lasting products contain no solvents, will not dry out and will penetrate to the base of all metals, providing corrosion protection from both natural and industrial atmospheres.

They didn't come right out and say graphite but as I recall it had a greyish color.






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 12-21-2008, 09:40 Post: 158758
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If it's graphite-based, I applied a graphite no-stick paint to one-third of the underside of my mower deck, and undercoating oil to another third. In how much chaff stuck to the deck, there was no difference in the three sections. I expect it would be similar on snow sticking.






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