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04-16-2018 17:36:31

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Well, it's a tool for a barber :D
I just bought a F&F Koenigkramer Reliance model Barber chair. I can't find a tag on it for model #, date or anything. I have looked for forms about barber chairs, found a few that aren't active and closed. It is low on oil so I googled and found several conflicting answers. I used a wire and it appears to have transmission oil in it now, but what kind? There is oil for Fords and if you dan't use Ford I hear you will have a problem. So what oil should I use? I don't see evidence of leaks, so where did the oil go? I know it's low because it will raise a couple inches and it quits and I hear it sucking. Maybe someone is better than me and knows where a active forum is. Any help appreciated.

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Sean Feeney

04-17-2018 06:13:22

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 Re: barber chair in reply to ldj, 04-16-2018 17:36:31  
vegetable oil

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David G

04-17-2018 07:47:14

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 Re: barber chair in reply to Sean Feeney, 04-17-2018 06:13:22  
I would never use vegetable oil in anything, it is hydroscopic, which means absorbs moisture.

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04-17-2018 16:37:36

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 Re: barber chair in reply to David G, 04-17-2018 07:47:14  
It also gets gummy in a very short time. NO way.

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04-16-2018 17:59:48

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 Re: barber chair in reply to ldj, 04-16-2018 17:36:31  
Don't think they are very particular, as long as light oil is used.

I would think hydraulic jack oil would be the safest.

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