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Old 07-05-2013, 11:42 PM   #11
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If you greased it, it would probably work better.

Man, I cant even believe that someone would argue to not use lube?!!
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Old 07-05-2013, 11:49 PM   #12
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If you greased it, it would probably work better.

Man, I cant even believe that someone would argue to not use lube?!!
I use a dry lube on the slide, and I use a Teflon lube plate.
Maybe you should try it, then you wouldn't have all of that dirty grease to clean up all the time?
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I do use a lube plate ( as previously stated) and dry lube will not hold up to the constant friction. Its only good for lower use moving parts like locks and slidouts.

But do whatever makes you feel good!

Op will surely see the benefits that others have also expressed from previous posts.
Im out!!
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I do use a lube plate ( as previously stated) and dry lube will not hold up to the constant friction. Its only good for lower use moving parts like locks and slidouts.

But do whatever makes you feel good!

Op will surely see the benefits that others have also expressed from previous posts.
Im out!!
I am only sharing what I have experienced in real life. I'm sure the OP will make up their own mind on the issue.
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