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Ordered some Triflow dry lubricant...thought it would have been in by yesterday to slap some on my Darra James re-assembly...

I am putting it on the mating surfaces that guide the assembly for setting the angle of the blade and other surfaces (pins, etc...) but not sure if it's okay to put on the acme threads for lifting and angling the blade...I'd like to have some lubrication on the barrel (?) nuts

What say ye...?

Thanks in advance...

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Ordered some Triflow dry lubricant...thought it would have been in by yesterday to slap some on my Darra James re-assembly...

I am putting it on the mating surfaces that guide the assembly for setting the angle of the blade and other surfaces (pins, etc...) but not sure if it's okay to put on the acme threads for lifting and angling the blade...I'd like to have some lubrication on the barrel (?) nuts

What say ye...?

Thanks in advance...
yes it is...
it's a dry high pressure lube...

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yes it is...
it's a dry high pressure lube...
Thanks...soon as it gets here I'll be able to put the guts back together...can't wait to fire 'er up...a little bit of krinkle paint is all that's left to do...waiting for painting weather...

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