Loc: Olympic Penninsula, WA
Originally Posted By: cherokeetracker
Read these two articles Grant Cunningham Lubrication 101 article Day at the range dot com comprehensive corrosion test
You can google either one. Then You, can make your own decision.
Thanks for hooking us up with that article!
I am with Sawfish, I gotta check out some of that Frog lube. I have seen it in a couple of the stores here in the Pacific Northwest, and if it works as well as they are finding, that only makes sense to use it here!
"If you are going to go through all the trouble to put a hole in something, why not make it a big one?"
White Lithium Grease has been working very well for me in all the temperatures I shoot and hunt in, and best of all, it stays in place without migrating away from where it's needed like oils can, it helps protect against rust, and it's cheap. What's not to love?
I've used Lithium Grease on my tractors for ever, and their high temp, metal to metal contact seems to do just fine with it.
Here is a couple descriptions google found;
White Lithium Grease is an all-purpose white lubricant for metal-to-metal and metal-to-plastic applications. This lubricant protects against rust, makes surfaces friction-free and withstands moisture and high heat.
Most lubricating greases are mixtures of an oil and a soap. ... Grease made with lithium soap ("lithium grease") adheres particularly well to metal, is non-corrosive, may be used under heavy loads, and exhibits good temperature tolerance.