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lon in ne- EZ turn lube

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Randy G

10-23-2019 07:45:27

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I got a tube of EZ turn lube for my 1939 H 3 way valve. Any advice as how to apply it to the tapered 3 way barrel? How thick and where etc. Thanks for the suggestion!

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Randy G

10-23-2019 09:10:16

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 Re: lon in ne- EZ turn lube in reply to Randy G, 10-23-2019 07:45:27  
Yes it will last beyond my years. A 5oz tube is bigger than expected.

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lon in ne

10-23-2019 08:31:49

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 Re: lon in ne- EZ turn lube in reply to Randy G, 10-23-2019 07:45:27  
I use a bit of pressure on the tube to bubble it up a bit (maybe an 1/8") and swipe it off with my finger. I just put a thin coating on the tapered barrel and turned it a few times. Then check to see if any is blocking the openings. That would be an indicator that too much was applied. Since it is gas-resistant, it would interfere with gas flow. BTW, it also works on petcocks. It stops the black goo that has a tendency to drip down from the end of the tapered barrel there.

With the amount that you use and the size of the tube, now do you understand why I said it would last 5-10 lifetimes? :-)

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