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The topic of never seize came up a while back, so I thought I would share what I use. Hasn't let me down yet. Has a brush on the lid of the can.
I do not know where to purchase this stuff other than ordering online, a friend of mine gets it from his work.
From the website:
"Bostik NSBT-16 never-seez is the "original" anti-seize compound formulated with copper, graphite, aluminum and other ingredients to protect up to 1800 degrees F against seizure and galling, galvanic and environmental corrosion. Meets MIL-A-907E, Ford ESE-M12A4-A, Garrett Engine Div. PCS5724, Pratt & Whitney PWA 360523-2."
screwstick the stuff never goes bad either, i was looking at the new design of the can and i'm not sure if i have one of the new ones ,but i have about 4 or 5 different cans with different looks. i don't have to look to far to find a can of that around here. michael
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Would the blue moly in cartridge form be the best way to go for lubing grease fittings on the cub?
I've got can of Never-Seez that I've had for about 30 years. A little goes a long way and it really works. I also have some of it in a tube. Just don't get it on your clothes. It won't wash out, even after 20 years. I have some old coveralls to prove it. The good news is that it stays on the bolts you put it on, and they back out just as easily as they went in, many years before.
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