|Apr 13, 2012, 05:18 PM|
So the tube of marine grease that came with my boat when I bought it is almost gone and this is what I'm wondering: does marine grease have some special properties that make it specific to boating applications, or can I use regular grease as a substitute? I have a tube of lithium grease that I thought might make a good alternative because it tends to 'stick' to the parts it gets applied to, but I am not sure if it will end up producing more resistance than regular grease. Any thoughts on this?
|Apr 15, 2012, 06:55 PM|
Have a great time on Macs new pond.
I am not going to make SEFF for the first time in 10 years- But the rest of the FL gang will be there
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