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Re: Lubriplate Question

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03-08-2013 18:50:49

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gun grease is too also will cause the clutch splines to get sticky after the grease gets old. lubriplate is a special thin creamy grease. also dont want very much on the plines as if it gets throw in the clutch then you will have problems with a jumpy clutch. biggest thing is to have the splines real clean and shiny so the clutch can slide on them as required, and greasing is not really recommended. i do it real sparingly.

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03-09-2013 05:54:50

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 Re: Lubriplate Question in reply to rustred, 03-08-2013 18:50:49  
I just wipe some diesel or engine oil on the shaft to keep it from rusting. Anything that could get clutch dust to stick to it is going to get gummy and could make the disc stick. Just my .02

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03-08-2013 19:07:26

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 Re: Lubriplate Question in reply to rustred, 03-08-2013 18:50:49  
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That is a good point, I did not think of that. In that case, leave the splines dry as rustred suggests. You could use graphite too. I have a spray can of the stuff that has come in handy. I sprayed the steering gears on my Farmall Regular with it...

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