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brucejon Gold Member Bruce Jones
Santa Cruz, CA, USA   USA
1960 Triumph TR3A
1963 Triumph TR3B "Tupperware TR3"
1969 Triumph Spitfire MkIII
1972 Triumph TR6
In reply to # 1591041 by Jediscuba Bruce ....
I know you were giggling when you said Microwave it .... but that could really be dangerous.
The grease is an organic compound. As such, I think, it will warm and warm and almost instantaneously erupt.

Honey .... I think I just blew up your new microwave

I have great confidence in the ability of the members of this forum to discern the humor, except for those who just can't.



60 TR3A (red), 62 TR3B project, 72 TR6, 69 Mk3 Spitfire EU setup
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Voda2000 Andrew McMillan
Winnipeg, MB, Canada   CAN
I thought I might post a cautionary note about the pneumatic grease gun. Works great but watch your pressure.

I didn’t realize my compressor was turned up and when I did one of the rear axles, it stared to force the inner rear seal out.

I was able to tap the seal and slinger back into place but scared the crap out of me when it started moving.



1978 Triumph Spitfire

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