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HelicopterBeginners Corner › Ok when to use Tri-Flow, and on what to use Dry-Fluid
05-04-2017 07:43 AM  54 days agoPost 1
joshreynolds777

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Willis, Tx

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I now have both. What and where do you guys use it? And is there a preference?
(And yes, helicopter applications only apply fellas thanks lol)

I thought dry fluids was mainly meant for gears. But I see it's advertised on the literature it came with for bearings, sliders, and shafts (no real mention of gears). And the tri-flow wasn't specific at all.

Thanks.

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05-04-2017 12:19 PM  54 days agoPost 2
Dan Minick

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Columbus, WI

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I would use triflow on any metal to metal surfaces. Dry fluid on plastics.

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