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Menso 02-17-2013 10:39 PM

Grease to use in SS-25/Regulator
 
After 4 years, one of the valve o-rings in my SS-25 broke after a fall I sustained. I'm going to Home Depot tomorrow and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to what grease I can buy to use in the gun and regulator. Anything that my local proshop sells is rape.99 and I really don't feel like getting getting gouged anymore this week.

hoov7888 02-17-2013 10:45 PM

.....just bend over and take it. Its better then using something your not supposed to use on your gun. Buy the smallest amount of Dow and if you use it carefully and aren't waist full then it should last a good year or more

Talfuchre 02-17-2013 11:33 PM

Watch the reg video in the stickies or download the reg manual in the stickies.

Order hater marmalade as cheap as you can find it - care for it and you will be fine for years.

Another option would be tofind a small tube of Dye lube or Sleek. That is just dow 33 and wi work great.

There are also seller's of dow in the dealer forum here that sell it for a goo price by the qurter and half ounce. That would last you years.

Tf

Menso 02-18-2013 12:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Talfuchre (Post 2628082)
Watch the reg video in the stickies or download the reg manual in the stickies.

Order hater marmalade as cheap as you can find it - care for it and you will be fine for years.

Another option would be tofind a small tube of Dye lube or Sleek. That is just dow 33 and wi work great.

There are also seller's of dow in the dealer forum here that sell it for a goo price by the qurter and half ounce. That would last you years.

Tf

Ha, the reg video is what I was going to watch next after I figured out what to do with this lube situation. I was just hoping for an alternative would be available seeing as I need to go to the Home Depot for o-rings anyway.


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