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    Assembly Lube/Paste

    Allo,

    Gonna be re-ringing the 2.2 in my GLH, and due to the weather, I will not have the opportunity to start/seat rings for a few months. Last time I used a very thick assembly oil, but I was going to be starting it soon after completion... This time, i'm hoping to use a paste-style lube, which will stay on thee journals and not eventually leak down into pan.

    Now, looking for suggestions on paste-type assembly lube.... what's good/what's sh!t? opinions?


    Thanks,
    Dominic

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    Re: Assembly Lube/Paste

    LUBRIPLATE L0034-094

    lubriplate assembly lube
    Thanks
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    Re: Assembly Lube/Paste

    This is what i always used. .

    https://www.amazon.com/CRC-SL3331-Ex.../dp/B000M8RYUE

    Run it with that for about a hour. then drain the oil

    let it get good and warm and rev the motor .

    comes out like greese.

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    Re: Assembly Lube/Paste

    I acquired a bunch of Royal Purple Max-Tuff assembly lube from work and I have had good luck with it.
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    Re: Assembly Lube/Paste

    In a pinch, STP and 30Wt... Otherwise Redline... https://smile.amazon.com/Red-Line-RE...s%2A=0&ie=UTF8

    Mike
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    Re: Assembly Lube/Paste

    Lubriplate 105 here. Never a problem.

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    Re: Assembly Lube/Paste

    Awesome!!

    Thanks guys!

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    Re: Assembly Lube/Paste

    Here's another good choice: https://www.amazon.com/Torco-A550055...+assembly+lube

    Torco, good stuff as well!

    Mike
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