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  • Marty
    I use motorcycle chain lub on the gear train of my Craftsman 12. It stays put and doesn t collect debree like outher greases.
    Message 1 of 40 , Apr 30, 2012
      I use motorcycle chain lub on the gear train of my Craftsman 12. It stays put and doesn't collect debree like outher greases.
      --- In atlas_craftsman@yahoogroups.com, "Paul" <kimche@...> wrote:
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      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: "Doc" <n8as1@...>
      > To: <atlas_craftsman@yahoogroups.com>
      > Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 2:33 PM
      > Subject: Re: [atlas_craftsman] Re: Lubes
      >
      >
      > >
      > > if your memory is correct . & consumer reports really stated only an
      > > increase of 30 - 40 wt ,equal dilutions , the CU tester was an ignorant
      > > fool ..only if one diluted a small amt by a 5 qt crankcase ...but you
      > > will not find any mention of dilution in my posts re STP......STP
      > > has a visual viscosity of 5 yr old molasses when i dab it on the
      > > gear train.!!..
      > > Apparantly you are not ,but .i admit to being somewhat thin
      > > skinned , there is an "elitism ", read that as "better than
      > > thou" in your last tew posts, that I read as somehow working w/
      > > ones hands , having a rifle rack , lack of formal educatiion , or being
      > > muscular ,automatically assigns all therein to the barely progressed
      > > from walking on all fours , criminal in waiting category ....rather
      > > than assessing a man for how he personally is made ..in the few
      > > months short of 60 years since my majority . , i have run into
      > > absolutely brilliant unformally educated manual workers , but even
      > > more overeducated incompetants w/ advanced degrees , that cud not get
      > > thenselves fed outside of their sheltered academic environment ....& i
      > > found your dispariging remarks offensive to me & i suspect also to
      > > a fair share of the people who do manual work for a living ....i
      > > spent 20 yrs as a dentist , BUT , before & after , i have earned my
      > > living as a gunsmith , professional musician , lead carpenter , home
      > > builder & farmer , also more than a few other short term occupations ,
      > > fry cook , warehouse laborer,concrete worker .for some.....oh yeah , i
      > > shot in local,state & national rifle mathes for more than 20 years
      > > , carry a rifle in my farm truck , & had two kids go thru college
      > > w/ full tuition rifle scholarships .....the 3rd one had a scholarship
      > > ,but 'partied " right out of college .(. FWIW ..he now earns more
      > > than any of the rest of us ever did !!) so the rifle rack comment
      > > kinda got to me as well ....but i feel better now !
      > > best wishes
      > > doc
      >
      >
      > Doc;
      > I Had a similar incident a number years ago. Went into a medical clinic
      > to get my sholder Xrayed, the thec asked how I ijured my shoulder for the
      > third time. "Twenty years in construction" was my answer. His reply was
      > "you sure set your self up for this " I aked him if he lived in a cave, "No
      > " he said. I said "Someone like me built your home/apartment. He had no
      > answer to that.. It takes all types to make the world work.
      >
      > Paul 10x54qc
      > jet 8x15
      >
    • Guenther Paul
      John I tryed the gimmick when STP was put on the marked. Now dont call me old because i am not GP ________________________________ From: jmartin957@aol.com
      Message 40 of 40 , Jun 5, 2012
        John
        I tryed the gimmick when STP was put on the marked. Now dont call me old because
        i am not
        GP




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        From: "jmartin957@..." <jmartin957@...>
        To: atlas_craftsman@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Tue, June 5, 2012 1:45:56 PM
        Subject: Re: [atlas_craftsman] Re: Lubes

         
        Guenter:

        Did you get a chance to try the STP/screwdriver sales gimmick yet? I'd
        really like to know what the trick to holding on to it is.

        John Martin

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