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Old 11-30-2019, 11:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Thread sealer and grease suggestions?

Could I use this thread sealer on the parts that need it for an autococker build or other air fittings? Is this a good sealer for all paintball use?

Also, is Captain O-Ring Pure DOW 33 Paintball Lubricant Grease a good one to use?

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Old 11-30-2019, 11:37 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Personally I always use Teflon tape and nothing else but that should work as long as you don’t get any inside the lines.
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Personally I always use Teflon tape and nothing else but that should work as long as you donít get any inside the lines.
Same here, a lot of sealents like that take 24 hours to cure so it turns your one hour tech session into 2 days and thats assuming it seals on the first try
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also, liquid sealers are a major pita to clean up/redo should the need arise. teff tape just peels off, and you go again. worst caes you need a little time with a wire brush, but that is only if its really old teff tape.
Capt o ring dow 33 is fine for 98% of al paintball applications that require grease. pretty much only bob guns require diff grease, and then there are the special times like using thinned grease on a finicky spool in cold weather.
but yea, his dow 33 totally fine. i personally dont see any difference among reputable brands of dow 33. if its just dow 33 then thats what should be in the tube/jar. Sl33k, capt o ring, azodin team lube, its all the same shizz
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Could I use this thread sealer on the parts that need it for an autococker build or other air fittings? Is this a good sealer for all paintball use?

Also, is Captain O-Ring Pure DOW 33 Paintball Lubricant Grease a good one to use?

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Yes, it will work and if applied correctly is long lasting. As noted it is messy if you apply too much. Once you get it on a rag or your hand you will smear it all over the place; a little goes a long way and most people add way more then needed. I've used and sometimes still will (depending on what I am working on). If it is a hidden set of threads (say LPR inside a grip frame) it would be my go to sealant.
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