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Old Feb 01, 2013, 01:21 AM
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Originally Posted by u2builder View Post
GB OX-GARD is a good product. It is available at most hardware stores. I believe it is a conductive grease with tiny metal particles. It is used to prevent corrosion in electrical connections. Do NOT use dielectric grease. That is an insulator.

I have adopted a recommendation on this thread, I think by Bill Glover, to replace all of the connectors with Protek bullets available from A Main Hobbies. These do not have the swivel cage, and but rather have a solid split male plug. They are also easier to solder because there is a little cut out in the side of the cup so you solder the wire onto the side of the cup rather than trying to "dip" it into a pool of solder. After several problems with connectors, some of which did not happen right away, I replaced all the connectors on my quad and my hex.

Read this and you will probably want to have a tube of OX-Gard on hand. It also explains why not to use dielectric grease.

http://www.olypen.com/craigh/oxgard.htm

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