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Old 06-13-2002, 11:18 AM
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Question Grease ??????

doing Tie Down disc's tonight and fresh bearings
what's the best grease for my fresh water use
I need cartriges because I have a bearing greaser tool
for new bearings
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Old 06-13-2002, 11:39 AM
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I have had great luck with Schaeffers 238 #2
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well I went with castrol pyroplex blue
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hope I got the right stuff
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is this an upgrade from drums? if so, please post your experience. i am on the verge of doing the same thing. where did you buy your parts?
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I'm kinda wondering what's going on here as well.

Did I miss a previous post?

Whatcha doin DJ?
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It appears he is upgrading to West Marine's "Tie Down" Stainless disc brakes!! Tie down is the brand name & they are sold thru West Marine. The calipers are aluminum so there is no corrosion like in surge brakes. I am doing the same thing only with Kodiak's cause of a heavier boat!. The price difference was not significant.
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