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best penetrating oil? Kroil worked great for me!

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don656

06-10-2012 12:47:00




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Just got all the nuts loosened and off of the manifold on my 1944 WC tractor. When I looked at them and how rusted they were, I didn't think there was any way that they were coming off. But, I sprayed them with kroil and then applied moderate force with a socket and repeated that every morning. Within a week they all came off! That kroil penetrating oil is great!




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little sweeper

06-16-2012 16:44:23




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 Re: best penetrating oil? Kroil worked great for me! in reply to don656, 06-10-2012 12:47:00  
A map gas torch to heat things up a few taps with a hammer to vibrate the corrosion, and a shot of PB blaster then do it again the next day when you get home from work, 3 or 4 days then try your wrench, I have dissasembled my WC with complete suucess this way. Just don't breath the smoke from the hot PB blaster and be patient, they have been rusted for decades.



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don656

06-13-2012 19:08:34




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 Re: best penetrating oil? Kroil worked great for me! in reply to don656, 06-10-2012 12:47:00  
I've used PB Blaster before. I've found that if Kroil can't get it loose, neither will the PB Blaster, but there isn't much that Kroil won't loosen.



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BWK Farms

06-13-2012 18:51:30




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 Re: best penetrating oil? Kroil worked great for me! in reply to don656, 06-10-2012 12:47:00  
PB Blaster is some good stuff. Cant beat it here on the farm.



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Kelly MT

06-13-2012 07:16:00




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 Re: best penetrating oil? Kroil worked great for me! in reply to don656, 06-10-2012 12:47:00  
Kroil is really good stuff, hard to find around here. I've gone to using PB Blaster. Good stuff that works great on old rusty bolts and it's available everywhere here.



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don656

06-13-2012 19:04:42




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 Re: best penetrating oil? Kroil worked great for me! in reply to Kelly MT, 06-13-2012 07:16:00  
Don't think very many stores handle it. I ordered it direct from the company, Kano Laboroties, I believe.



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Dodgeit

06-11-2012 12:40:46




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 Re: best penetrating oil? Kroil worked great for me! in reply to Seth Roemer, 06-10-2012 12:47:00  
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Yes, it is good stuff.



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