I want to lubricate the nylon rotors that my mower blades turn in. What
is the best lubricant to use? I have heard that oil will deteriorate the
nylon and that silicone is too weak. They are really getting noisy and need
Lubrication is likely to be a short term solution at best.
I'd probably try some polyurea (bicycle) grease since I
happen to have some around.
But if nylon bearings are sufficiently worn to flap around and
make a noise, it's time to replace 'em. Just check to see
that it's not something else generating the noise.
| Malcolm Hoar "The more I practice, the luckier I get". |
It might seem like a wild and crazy idea but have you considered reading
the manual or contacting the manufacturer? Surely either of those would
yield better information than strangers who have no idea what sort of
mower you are using.
Aerosol grease would be easy. Most grease and oil tend to attract
and hold dirt/dust/scuzz. I use a Teflon filled anti seize on
similar things and have been quite pleased. Here are some
http://www.neverseezproducts.com/ , though there are many
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
DanG (remove the sevens)
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