good product: spray synthetic greae

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by billccm, Mar 11, 2006.

  1. billccm

    billccm Guest

    OK, here is the disclaimer:
    I do not sell AMSOIL. I have no friends, or family that sells AMSOIL. I
    do not use synthetic motor oil of any type.

    Now thats out of the way, I had to pass along a product I discovered
    awhile back. My Impala has an Intermediate Steering Shaft ("ISS") that
    seems to be problematic on these cars for 'clunking' when the greae
    pushes out of the splines. The GM recommended fix is to remove the
    shaft and push grease into the splines. Anyhow, the "word on the
    street" is this spray synthetic greae cures the problem, and you can
    lube the shaft while it is on the car. So instead of paying for two
    hours labor to have the ISS lubed, you can do it yourself in 20 seconds
    by shooting some of this synthetic spray grease into the shaft's

    Well, it worked well, and has lasted for 20K miles, so far.

    This is a GREAT product:

    Now I have started to lube things around the house and cars. One thing
    I noticed about this product is that it CLEANS really well compared to
    other spray lubes. You can spray your door hinges, and a day, or two
    later you see paint rather than crude on the hinges!

    Again, I do not sell AMSOIL, and I had a heck of a time ordering it.
    Next time I will order three, or four cans and do a 'lifetime buy', but
    at $7.00/can with shipping, this stuff is worth every bit.

    I thought fellow MOPAR guys would appreciate this product, and wanted
    to pass it along!

    Take care,
    billccm, Mar 11, 2006
  2. billccm

    hartless Guest

    This, from an idiot who said PT's had bad Transmissions! and never responded
    to anyones thread? You are a spammer! And you are right about one thing "
    you have no friends"
    hartless, Mar 14, 2006
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