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Old 03-08-2015, 07:10 PM
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Old 03-08-2015, 07:16 PM
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we just had a rep from certified come out to our job and demonstrate that exact impact test with their grease.. did the exact same thing. stayed in a little ball when the hammer hit.. never heard of them before.. but then again, until you sponsored up, i never hewrd of LE either.. lol..

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Old 03-18-2015, 11:30 AM
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Ha! Yeah Schaffers does it too. Certified has a decent grease, but 3752 is the king of tacky greases. Ill put it up against anything out there except Krytox. Nothing beats that stuff, but it cost 300$ a tube... So..i like to mix the greases with water and do the same test.


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I can vouche for this stuff! Fixed several sets of squeaky traction bars. I had a couple customers that had to grease the bars every week or so to keep them from squeaking no matter the preload adjustment put this stuff in and took care of the issues. Also used it on my dads bobcat attachment levers. They were always ridiculous to move up and down especially when cold had to grease them constantly the LE improved it a ton to especially when it was really cold.
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Interesting stuff. What if you recommend for low temp application. I'm looking for something for snowmobile suspensions , general automotive stuff like ball joints, u-joints, etc. I would like it if it didn't drip out of the grease gun during the summer. I'm using Lucas now I think, it's red and leaves a mess where I hang up my grease gun.


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Old 03-18-2015, 02:48 PM
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3752 is the best thing you will ever find for those applications. It is thick so if its cold it will be hard to pump, but once its in there you won't have any issues. If you want something just like it but a little more pumpable 3751 is what we use in the auto lube systems at my mines and power plant coal handling. I would much rather see you use 3752 though.

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I'd be interested to see how this grease would fair at our mine. We get a lot of spherical bearing failures, I wonder if a grease with this sort of impact resistance would help that. That would save us millions in downtime.


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Ha! Yeah Schaffers does it too. Certified has a decent grease, but 3752 is the king of tacky greases. Ill put it up against anything out there except Krytox. Nothing beats that stuff, but it cost 300$ a tube... So..i like to mix the greases with water and do the same test.


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whats the cost on a tube? i might be able to get the company i work for now to order some. especially if it is free shipping and is better then certifieds grease.
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3752 is the best thing you will ever find for those applications. It is thick so if its cold it will be hard to pump, but once its in there you won't have any issues. If you want something just like it but a little more pumpable 3751 is what we use in the auto lube systems at my mines and power plant coal handling. I would much rather see you use 3752 though.

Thanks for the bump Rykan!
he is talking -40 to -60 ambient temps..

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Old 03-18-2015, 04:53 PM
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Our 4622 is designed for those low temps. But Id like to see how 3751 does too. Id love for you to test it.


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