Stradic - 1000 or 2500

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Re: Stradic - 1000 or 2500

Postby smile0784 » Thu Nov 30, 2017 12:26 pm

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purple5ive wrote:
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purple5ive wrote:ok,
i would be carefull blowing into the handle brackets. you can actually push grit into the main bearings. its happened to me before. but if its working for you then i guess all good.


Washing the reel first should get rid of the any sand and grit


not if its already inside the handle cavity mate

Well dont drop it then lol



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Re: Stradic - 1000 or 2500

Postby Mattblack » Thu Nov 30, 2017 12:35 pm

smokin_reels wrote:http://www.inoxmx.com/inox-mx3-for-fishing/

This stuff. Can’t rate it high enough


I use it on all my electrics as well.... I also use the MX4 on the trailer (http://www.inoxmx.com/inox/mx4-lubricant/) and MX8 on the bearings (http://www.inoxmx.com/inox/mx8-high-temp-grease/)

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Re: Stradic - 1000 or 2500

Postby smile0784 » Thu Nov 30, 2017 2:15 pm

Mattblack wrote:
smokin_reels wrote:http://www.inoxmx.com/inox-mx3-for-fishing/

This stuff. Can’t rate it high enough


I use it on all my electrics as well.... I also use the MX4 on the trailer (http://www.inoxmx.com/inox/mx4-lubricant/) and MX8 on the bearings (http://www.inoxmx.com/inox/mx8-high-temp-grease/)


What is the heat rating on the inox if using on the bearings

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Re: Stradic - 1000 or 2500

Postby Mattblack » Thu Nov 30, 2017 2:19 pm

smile0784 wrote:
Mattblack wrote:
smokin_reels wrote:http://www.inoxmx.com/inox-mx3-for-fishing/

This stuff. Can’t rate it high enough


I use it on all my electrics as well.... I also use the MX4 on the trailer (http://www.inoxmx.com/inox/mx4-lubricant/) and MX8 on the bearings (http://www.inoxmx.com/inox/mx8-high-temp-grease/)


What is the heat rating on the inox if using on the bearings


Just off the top of my head I'd say MX8 has a dropping point of 260 degrees celcius. Depending on the application MX8 will perform at 200 degrees celcius and take spikes of up to 220 degrees celcius.

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Re: Stradic - 1000 or 2500

Postby smile0784 » Thu Nov 30, 2017 9:14 pm

Mattblack wrote:
smile0784 wrote:
Mattblack wrote:
smokin_reels wrote:http://www.inoxmx.com/inox-mx3-for-fishing/

This stuff. Can’t rate it high enough


I use it on all my electrics as well.... I also use the MX4 on the trailer (http://www.inoxmx.com/inox/mx4-lubricant/) and MX8 on the bearings (http://www.inoxmx.com/inox/mx8-high-temp-grease/)


What is the heat rating on the inox if using on the bearings


Just off the top of my head I'd say MX8 has a dropping point of 260 degrees celcius. Depending on the application MX8 will perform at 200 degrees celcius and take spikes of up to 220 degrees celcius.


Ill try it out on my bearings


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