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Gibbs Penetrating oil

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mjuran

12-28-2020 11:26:14




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How many of you guys use Gibbs on your tractor projects? How is or isn't comparable to WD-40?




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tractorguy2

01-02-2021 21:15:44




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 Re: Gibbs Penetrating oil in reply to mjuran, 12-28-2020 11:26:14  
Stores here only carry BP Plaster and WD-40. WD-40 makes a gel lube also.



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JoeM(GA)

12-31-2020 15:40:41




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 Re: Gibbs Penetrating oil in reply to mjuran, 12-28-2020 11:26:14  
WD doesnít hold a candle to Gibbs, itís not cheap, but works great



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diesel fumes

12-29-2020 22:17:33




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 Re: Gibbs Penetrating oil in reply to mjuran, 12-28-2020 11:26:14  
i use sure shot sprayers for my home brews and others



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16-30 oilpull

12-28-2020 15:34:48




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 Re: Gibbs Penetrating oil in reply to mjuran, 12-28-2020 11:26:14  
I use it on things that are real bad ,works good. And BTW almost anything is better than WD-40 as a penetrating oil. WD stand for water displacing. Just my opinion



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farmer52

01-01-2021 04:30:47




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 Re: Gibbs Penetrating oil in reply to 16-30 oilpull, 12-28-2020 15:34:48  
Most people think WD40 is a penetrating oil - NOT. As mentioned the WD stands for water dispersant. It was developed as a protectant. Do a Google search on WD40. Anything is better than WD40. JMO



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ckain(mi)

01-01-2021 15:56:27




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 Re: Gibbs Penetrating oil in reply to farmer52, 01-01-2021 04:30:47  
and, WD is not a good lubricant. too thin.



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diesel fumes

12-28-2020 12:08:08




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 Re: Gibbs Penetrating oil in reply to mjuran, 12-28-2020 11:26:14  
seems pricey; have had very good luck using home brew ;50/50 acetone /atf mix



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mjuran

12-29-2020 11:08:37




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 Re: Gibbs Penetrating oil in reply to diesel fumes, 12-28-2020 12:08:08  
So you just mix half and half acetone and tranny fluid? Do you use a squeeze bottle or will it flow in a oil squirt can? Im assuming you wouldn't want it near any painted surface with the acetone in the mixture



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Dennis P

01-02-2021 13:20:19




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 Re: Gibbs Penetrating oil in reply to mjuran, 12-29-2020 11:08:37  
Iíve used every kind of snake oil there is and it mostly revolves around the situation. If really stuck, keep it soaked with the thinnest solvent you can find and then be patient. Some people swear by Coke. Some use acids. Iíve used carb cleaner to penetrate sometimes. Heat is the best thing as far as Iím concerned. After 40 years of doing this, Iíve settled on wd40 for a penetrant, it works as good as any. I will add, if I get it to move, Schaefferís Pentro 90 is a great lubricant. I just donít believe that one type fits all situations.

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