Oil or Grease...?

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Re: Oil or Grease...?

Post #11 by Julian » Fri Mar 26, 2010 6:48 pm

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Re: Oil or Grease...?

Post #12 by Froglet » Fri Mar 26, 2010 6:53 pm

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Re: Oil or Grease...?

Post #13 by Hammer man » Mon Mar 29, 2010 2:09 pm

I have 3 12.5kg buckets(of no use to you as your in France)of semi liquid grease i use with my Montabert hammer.Its called EP 000,& its like wall paper paste,but free flowing.It gets poured in my hammer grease pot & the hammer sucks it through to keep the internals greased up.
Our company just buys it in bulk each month,so you may find EP 000 a good bet. :)
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Re: Oil or Grease...?

Post #14 by Froglet » Mon Mar 29, 2010 2:21 pm

Thanks Hammerman.

I managed to find EP 00 at a local auto factors. It's nearly runny enough to pour into the box (needs a spoon to help it along) and it has made a huge difference to way the back arm moves. It's still a little bit jerky but is much more useable now.

I paid €27 (about £24) for a 5kg tub - how much do you pay for a 12.5kg tub...?
Oh my GOD...WHAT HAVE I DONE!!!!!!

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