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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:21 pm 
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Will be tearing down my Diana 34 in 22cal anniversary edition this winter and have been doing tonnes of reading on various forums (of which this forum has been a HUGE help). That being said, a high moly content paste is advised for use on most of the inner components. I was speaking to a neighbour who gave me a can of the loctite moly aerosol and said it is "the same thing".
I do my research and for the life of me cannot find the moly content in such a lubricant. I saw where someone on another thread said aerosol lubricants dont have high moly content but cannot see where he would get this information. Since Loctite is a good brand would this be a different situation?
To cut to the chase can the aerosol be used in replacement of the moly paste? Would it have the same dampening affect on spring once dried?
If, which I expect, there is no subsitute for moly paste, can the aerosol be used on certain parts with great results? If so which ones?

Sorry for all the questions but my head is swimming with all the internet searches which havent been able to answer these questions.

Thanks in advance for any input,

Wayne


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2014 2:41 pm 
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I don't have the information on hand at the moment, but, no, aerosol delivered lubricants don't have "enough" moly. Get a paste such as thishttp://www.specialtyshootingsportso ... -1-oz.html


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2014 3:52 pm 
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Honda moly paste, available on Amazon, 60% moly.. I have good success with it. or you can pay more at your Honda dealer..

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newlife wrote:
Honda moly paste, available on Amazon, 60% moly.. I have good success with it. or you can pay more at your Honda dealer..


http://www.amazon.ca/Genuine-Honda-0873 ... moly+paste

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2014 7:08 pm 
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Penage Guy wrote:
I don't have the information on hand at the moment, but, no, aerosol delivered lubricants don't have "enough" moly. Get a paste such as thishttp://www.specialtyshootingsportso ... -1-oz.html

The link doesn't work. Try this http://www.specialtyshootingsportsoutdo ... -1-oz.html


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 20, 2014 4:07 pm 
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Thanks guys. Kinda confirms what I suspected.

Wayne


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Check out Tungsten Disulfide powder. Gotta run but will answer Q's later if you have 'em.


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