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anyone use it?


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Nope. Looks like it's tough stuff though.
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I've been using this stuff for at least 8 years. *It's awesome stuff if used in the right application. *It is no good as a chain lube or for things like that. (unless you are of the opinion WD40 is a good chain lube)

My aunt has a prosthetic leg and she had all kinds of lubrication problems with the linkage binding (bad news, as this usually means she'll fall down) until I sent her a can of it.

The only real downside is cost.







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luvtolean : I've been using this stuff for at least 8 years. *It's awesome stuff if used in the right application. *It is no good as a chain lube or for things like that. (unless you are of the opinion WD40 is a good chain lube)

My aunt has a prosthetic leg and she had all kinds of lubrication problems with the linkage binding (bad news, as this usually means she'll fall down) until I sent her a can of it.

The only real downside is cost.
thanks, just the kind of feedback I was looking for...
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You have a prosthetic leg?
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Pete : Quote (figment @ Oct. 24 2003, 11:38am)thanks, just the kind of feedback I was looking for...
You have a prosthetic leg?
it's not his leg...
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Serial Thriller : Quote (Pete @ Oct. 24 2003, 12:42pm)Quote (figment @ Oct. 24 2003, 11:38am)thanks, just the kind of feedback I was looking for...
You have a prosthetic leg?
it's not his leg...
you should know...
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Re: boeshield

I have never tried it, but at Lockheed we use S'OK penetrating oil. It is the only thing that will take the bolts off the SR71 skin (gets pretty hot you know). The nickname for this stuff is orange juice (guess what it smells like) and can be bought at some auto parts stores (haven't seen it for a while). I have some that I bought years ago and it works great as a penetrant when trying to remove stuck, rusted, nuts/bolts. JM2C
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figment : Quote (Serial Thriller @ Oct. 24 2003, 1:12pm)Quote (Pete @ Oct. 24 2003, 12:42pm)You have a prosthetic leg?
it's not his leg...
you should know...
hey now that's how rumors get started
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