For the most part I agree about not mixing lubricants. However, it this
case, the WD-40 worked for a while, adding the silicon caused a major issue
but reapplying the WD-40 - without cleaning off the silicon - resulted in
It would be weird to think that putting silicon on top of WD-40 would cause
a problem but putting WD-40 on top of silicon wouldn't. In other words, I
don't think that it's a mixture of the 2 products that caused the issue in
On Mon, 12 Aug 2013 00:42:28 +0000 (UTC), DerbyDad03
This bar is a tensioner/positioner in addition to an opening width
Some lubricants make the tensioner squeal.
I usually wipe the bar down to remove dirt/debris and apply a small
amount of white lube or old style wax-based distributor cam lube. No
problems so far.
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