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kizza8484

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Post Sat Jul 19, 2008 2:36 am

Re: NEEDING SOMEONE WHO KNOWS MUL-T LOCKS (WELL.)

Yeah, either incense or a white powdery lubricant that I've never heard of. All through the lock and all over the key.

Ended up just flushing it all out with WD-40. I don't like mystery lubricants!
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Post Sat Jul 19, 2008 2:48 am

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kizza8484 wrote:Yeah, either incense or a white powdery lubricant that I've never heard of. All through the lock and all over the key.

Ended up just flushing it all out with WD-40. I don't like mystery lubricants!



Snor loves them :D
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Post Sat Jul 19, 2008 3:42 am

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Lockylew wrote:
Snor loves them :D

ain't that the truth (woohoo)
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Post Sat Jul 19, 2008 5:48 am

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Could be powdered Teflon, Works like graphite, but less messy, I use it a lot.

Regards,
Bob.
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Post Sat Jul 19, 2008 6:13 am

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rxfiller wrote:Could be powdered Teflon, Works like graphite, but less messy, I use it a lot.

Regards,
Bob.

Really? Powdered teflon, eh? I've seen it on Ebay, but like an idiot I never made the connection to use it as a lock lubricant.

In your opnion, is it better than the spray type of PTFE? How messy is it to handle - is it like graphite? How much and where else can I find it?
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Post Sat Jul 19, 2008 2:18 pm

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I think the spray type lubes are better, but it's a good thing to have in the tool box. It comes in a little squeeze bottle, like graphite, a lot of hobby stores carry it. No mess, even if you get some where it shouldn't be it just brushes off, no staining. Last time I bought any was years ago, think it cost two or three dollars for an ounce or so.

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Post Sat Jul 19, 2008 3:15 pm

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kizza8484 wrote:Yeah, either incense or a white powdery lubricant that I've never heard of. All through the lock and all over the key.

Ended up just flushing it all out with WD-40. I don't like mystery lubricants!
Yes. Now tell me dear kizza, how does it smell? Btw I like where this is going.
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Post Sat Jul 19, 2008 4:11 pm

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lube porn :D

slip and slide for a wet ride :lol:
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Post Sat Jul 19, 2008 4:26 pm

Re: NEEDING SOMEONE WHO KNOWS MUL-T LOCKS (WELL.)

so,Kizza any luck yet?
identified if your lock contains security pins?
if so, have you determined what kind?
i have seen mushrooms and serrated top pins,but i think mine may contain regular drivers.
anyone got the skinny on mul-T-lock disassembly?
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Post Sat Jul 19, 2008 7:05 pm

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awol70 wrote:anyone got the skinny on mul-T-lock disassembly?

check around here http://www.mul-t-lockusa.com/downloads.asp
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Post Sun Jul 20, 2008 12:15 am

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Josh wrote:
awol70 wrote:anyone got the skinny on mul-T-lock disassembly?

check around here http://www.mul-t-lockusa.com/downloads.asp

thanks....nothing above the G-series exploded...bummer.
if anyone finds ANY data on the dis/re-assembly,...exploded pics,diagrams of the mul-T-lock interactive ,(at this point i'd enjoy cave wall paintings),anything at all would be most appreciated .=)
i really need to see what i am up against.
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Post Sun Jul 20, 2008 7:40 am

Re: NEEDING SOMEONE WHO KNOWS MUL-T LOCKS (WELL.)

Snor wrote:
kizza8484 wrote:Yeah, either incense or a white powdery lubricant that I've never heard of. All through the lock and all over the key.

Ended up just flushing it all out with WD-40. I don't like mystery lubricants!
Yes. Now tell me dear kizza, how does it smell? Btw I like where this is going.


Well now it wreaks of WD-40. So much so i get a good buzz going picking it.

awol70 wrote:so,Kizza any luck yet?
identified if your lock contains security pins?
if so, have you determined what kind?
i have seen mushrooms and serrated top pins,but i think mine may contain regular drivers.
anyone got the skinny on mul-T-lock disassembly?


Mushrooms if i'm not mistaken. And the lower pins seems to have a single serration or something. I might diassamble and take some piccies for you. I haven't been giving this lock alot of time lately so may as well get some good out of it.
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