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Old 07-17-2016, 01:22 PM   #1
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Dry Lubricant?

I've just obtained a gently used Falcon 2 All Terrain tow bar and in looking at the Roadmaster site they say to use a dry Silicon spray without petroleum distillates. Does anyone know if SuperLube (Pacbrake Lubricant) can be used? It's dry and not petroleum based? Thanks.
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I've just obtained a gently used Falcon 2 All Terrain tow bar and in looking at the Roadmaster site they say to use a dry Silicon spray without petroleum distillates. Does anyone know if SuperLube (Pacbrake Lubricant) can be used? It's dry and not petroleum based? Thanks.
I've always, and only, used this on my now 15 year old Roadmaster tow bar:


Liquid Wrench Silicone Spray, 11 oz - Walmart.com


BTW Where did you learn that Pacbrake Super Lube is a "dry" lube?
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you can get silicone based lube spray in any auto parts store and even wm, hd or lowes. i've been using wd-40 silicone spray on it. (the reason rm does not recommend using oil based spray is - it attracts dirt onto the bars which is hard to mop off).
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