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Old 02-27-2017, 09:15 PM
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We just received a large production run of Special Lube 101 Grease in squeeze tubes just like it used to come from Merc.

The people spoke, and we listened, and we bought a ton of grease!

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And what does this 101 grease ? Prop splines? Gimball bearing? Couplers? Anything else? All of them?
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Originally Posted by jeff32 View Post
And what does this 101 grease ? Prop splines? Gimball bearing? Couplers? Anything else? All of them?
Yes its water resistant with teflon so prop splines, o-rings, water pumps, you can put it on pizza, etc.

Its good for a lot of things. At the same time it cleans up easy and doesn't stink.... Many people seem to want it.

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I'll be calling tomorrow for some
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I just ordered replacement TBS blowers from you guys for my 575's. I might need a tube to Lube up the wife when she sees the CC bill lol
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Awesome! When I run out of my tubes I stocked up on I will place an order! Great job to Bob & Team on this one! Hands down my favorite to use on everything.
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I have typically used 101 for most anything. Recently was told specifically not to use it on input shaft/coupler splines? Any truth to this.
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Originally Posted by Cory H View Post
I have typically used 101 for most anything. Recently was told specifically not to use it on input shaft/coupler splines? Any truth to this.
Not sure to be honest. On your typical bravo aluminum coupler we use "coupler spline grease". On steel tailstocks like a #6 we will use 101. Not necessarily a strict rule, but thats the general application.

I don't think 101 is high temp rated, but nothing greased in a boat really builds temp like wheel bearings / brakes / CV's. I would be interested in the rationale of why not.

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How about some Teague coupon codes. 10% or some free shipping or something. Lol.
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Originally Posted by I.C.U.Lookin View Post
How about some Teague coupon codes. 10% or some free shipping or something. Lol.
Tell you what, order a box of 12 and we will make it worth your while!

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