engine assembly lube
03-22-2020, (Subject: engine assembly lube ) 
Post: #1
engine assembly lube
It looks like amazons wait time on permatex 81950 (engine assembly lube) is too long, what other engine assembly lube do you guys use?? Lubriplate 105 also has a long wait time, but I can get Sta-Lube 3331 xtreme on two day prime...? Any experience with the Sta-Lube??


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03-22-2020, (Subject: engine assembly lube ) 
Post: #2
RE: engine assembly lube
Walmart.com has ultra slick for 5.99 and free shipping, Says I could have it between Wednesday and Monday.


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03-22-2020, (Subject: engine assembly lube ) 
Post: #3
RE: engine assembly lube
Thanks Tree98, I was looking on amazon, $5.99 also but delivery was into April! I had totally forgotten about Walmart.com. I’ll check it out.


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03-22-2020, (Subject: engine assembly lube ) 
Post: #4
RE: engine assembly lube
also could check your local auto parts stores might pay a bit more but its already there.


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03-23-2020, (Subject: engine assembly lube ) 
Post: #5
RE: engine assembly lube
I’ve seen ultra slick at Freightliner Converse, Tx !
Hopefully Your close by.
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03-23-2020, (Subject: engine assembly lube ) 
Post: #6
RE: engine assembly lube
Stp oil treatment was my standard for years, never an issue
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03-23-2020, (Subject: engine assembly lube ) 
Post: #7
RE: engine assembly lube
I've seen permatex engine lube at autozone, napa and all other big chain stores. They are still open in most shutdown states.
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03-23-2020, (Subject: engine assembly lube ) 
Post: #8
RE: engine assembly lube
Check the auto parts store, I think we found it at Auto Zone, Slick Lube. Works like a champ, nice and sticky, made installing the lower end bearings a breeze.
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03-23-2020, (Subject: engine assembly lube ) 
Post: #9
RE: engine assembly lube
ultra-slick assy. lube is typically my first choice. It is at a lot of places.

Vasoline petrolium jelly is also not a bad choice. I sometimes use this, especially if the engine is going to sit a while before being cranked that first time. I will not however use it in really hot (90+F) weather.


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