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the only problem is in order to grease anything you have to take the heater box out and apart which ...


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Old 01-09-2017, 12:07 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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the only problem is in order to grease anything you have to take the heater box out and apart which would likely suck if it is cold enough to need heat. i know i am in that boat right now trying to work on my 93. it is 16*f out but with the wind it feels like -*2f


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Originally Posted by Sniper X View Post
WD40 is great for getting rusty parts unstuck, but grease it up with a good automotive grease too. The WD40 will dry off and stop providing any lubricity.
OK will do on the grease

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the only problem is in order to grease anything you have to take the heater box out and apart which would likely suck if it is cold enough to need heat. i know i am in that boat right now trying to work on my 93. it is 16*f out but with the wind it feels like -*2f
It is right cold here to I think I will wait to pull that out.

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ya i can't blame you. i even hate going outside every 30 minutes to check on my 93. siphoning fuel out of it so i can drop the fuel tank. at least in the winter you can just leave the heat on and crack the window if you find the cab too warm.


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