Does any company on Earth still make genuine old fashioned petroleum axle grease?
I go into auto parts stores in my town and cannot find any, all these lithium and
synthetic greases... know of any seller online for what I am looking for?
Well, the reason you can't buy the old soap-based petroleum greases, is that
the ones out there today are better - more moisture resistant, more
thermally stable, better lubricity... what specifically are you trying to
Perhaps you should re-read my replies in that thread and reasses what you feel,
and gain a proper perspective...? I have done nothing in text or action to offend
you sir... clearity, ay? Or is it just another zodiak problem come from...
"out of the blue"?
Sorry if you took that the wrong way. It was a joke at Robert and where his
head may be. I only meant you wanted it for Robert so Robert could get his
head out of his own.... Sorry if I offended you that was not my intent.
Mobil makes a red, synthetic grease that I've been using for rather
a long time. Doesn't stink too bad, stays where I put it. Attracts
grime of course, but I think that's just a tendancy of grease in general.
Works well for everything from what you describe, to machinery zerc (sp?)
fittings, to greasing up the pivot pins on the backhoe.
I'm not sure I follow... No shipping because that was one of the
requirements I missed in the original post or because someone is
super-anti-shipping or maybe because someone thinks McMaster ships badly?
Not to change subject but .... McMaster Carr shipping is awesome, order by
3PM and it arrives next day UPS by 6PM. Course I live bout 50 miles from the
LA warehouse, but still 10 orders over the last few years same thing every
I got that beat... If I order from them by 12 noon, it is in my shop by
4:30 PM. If I order after noon, it is in my mailbox or next to my door the
next morning by 6:30 AM...
McMaster is incredible...
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