Lubriplate Aero Lube - Lithium Based, Low Temperature Garage Door Opener Screw Drive Grease

Lubriplate Aero Lube - Lithium Based, Low Temperature Garage Door Opener Screw Drive Grease
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Lubriplate Aero Lube - Lithium Based, Low Temperature Garage Door Opener Screw Drive Grease
Lubriplate Aero Lube - Lithium Based, Low Temperature Garage Door Opener Screw Drive Grease
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Lithium Based, Low Temperature Garage Door Opener Screw Drive Grease

Aero Lithium Based, Low Temperature Grease Outstanding compatibility with seal materials For applications to -60 F For cold temperature applications down to -60F. / -51C. Provides low-torque start-up capability, excellent corrosion and oxidation resistance and wide compatibility with metals, plastic, and rubber. Excellent for garage door mechanisms.
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COMMENT: To oil my garage door by Manuel F 8/27/2016
COMMENT: because the broken trolley has grease in it and I need to add grease to the replacement trolley I purchased by Fernando M 5/5/2016
QUESTION: Can and should this grease be used on rail of a belt drive opener? by None N 4/18/2016
STAFF ANSWER: Yes it can. by Taylor M a
QUESTION: What is the difference between Aero Lubericant lithium grease and white lithium grease? by Hena M 1/9/2016
STAFF ANSWER: Just different brands both do the same job! by Taylor M a
QUESTION: Is this ok to lubricate screw drive carriage before install it? by None N 6/12/2013
ANSWER: Yes, but you do not need to. Most important to lubricate the screw drive. by Barry B a
ANSWER: It Is better to install entire unit, then apply lithium-based grease. by William F a
ANSWER: Yes but add a little after the screw drive has run thru a few cycles by R O a
QUESTION: How many oz. is this? Do i use this on plastic drive gears on chamberlain model 7200? by walt t 4/22/2013
ANSWER: 1.75 oz. just an average homeowner not sure don't think it would hurt to use on plastic gears by D A a
ANSWER: You can use this on plastic as well. It appears to be 3 oz or so. Probably better deals available at the local hardware store. <br /><br />Garage door is now quiet as it was on the night before christmas. by Daniel P a
ANSWER: Yes can be used on plastic and nylon gears.<br /><br />I used it on a steel worm gear opener with an alum case for the rod.<br /><br />Works great by R O a
ANSWER: dont know how many oz. Its alot thogh. should be enough. i would def lubricate the gears plastic or not by M I a