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    Posted: 07 June 2007 at 9:53pm
i was wondering what kind of grease i should use on the TechT vortex mod. Thanks in advance, Kingtiger.
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I use this stuff called super-lube. It works pretty good and has teflon it. Also, it's a little tacky, so it stays stuck were I put it (won't fling off). Todd just sent me some of this. I will let you know how it works out.

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A5
Lapco Bigshot and J&J 12"
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Vortex
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Q.E.P.H
Richochet Hopper
GTA Double Trigger
Remote Line
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Originally posted by TIPPY98ACT TIPPY98ACT wrote:

I use this stuff called super-lube. It works pretty good and has teflon it.

That's exactly what I use!  I looked around all over town for a good lubricant, but the best thing I could find was stuff used on brakes.  That was thicker than vaseline.  I found some Superlube at work and ordered some online.  Seems to work really well. 

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I used Lurker Lube.
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Originally posted by StormyKnight StormyKnight wrote:

Originally posted by TIPPY98ACT TIPPY98ACT wrote:

I use this stuff called super-lube. It works pretty good and has teflon it.


That's exactly what I use! I looked around all over town for a good lubricant, but the best thing I could find was stuff used on brakes. That was thicker than vaseline. I found some Superlube at work and ordered some online. Seems to work really well.



Thats funny ! I found the stuff at work also. The only difference is, I brought enough home to last me! I also have found our O-ring kit in the shop to be very beneficial. Isn't work great?

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98 A.C.T
J&J 12"
R/T
Revvy
Tapco Stock

A5
Lapco Bigshot and J&J 12"
E-Grip (A.P.E)
Vortex
Lightning Rod
Q.E.P.H
Richochet Hopper
GTA Double Trigger
Remote Line
Special Op's A5A2 Stock
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