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#16 Fabman OFFLINE  

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Posted November 30, 2011 - 11:17 PM

Hi everybody. I'v used a product called Slip Plate for yrs. on my snowblower. Its a spray on dry film graphite coating. I even use it on our Cat.3 snowblower at work with no plugging what-so-ever. Best stuff i have found yet, BTW your local Tractor Supply should carry it. Good luck with your winter playtime.

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Posted December 06, 2011 - 03:22 PM

I've heard of using Pam before. I like the idea of using the clear lacquer tho. I think I will try that. Thanks a bunch!

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Posted December 30, 2011 - 02:27 PM

Hi everybody. I'v used a product called Slip Plate for yrs. on my snowblower. Its a spray on dry film graphite coating. I even use it on our Cat.3 snowblower at work with no plugging what-so-ever. Best stuff i have found yet, BTW your local Tractor Supply should carry it. Good luck with your winter playtime.


Slip Plate is great stuff for this application (www.slipplate.com). You should also be able to find it at NAPA and Grainger stores too.




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