Originally Posted by svsirius
Furlex sells some branded grease but the blue waterproof stuff should be fine. Use that do not use the spray suggested above you need something that will hang around. It is not hard to do just squeeze and rotate
.. I do mine 2x yr sailing year round.
The Teflon grease that I suggested above goes on as a liquid and then sets up.
It's easier to get the grease into the little holes and works perfectly.
But what do I know? I'm just a dealer, installer and rigger.
- Aerosol version sprays on wet, and then sets up as a water and corrosion resistant grease
- Resists melting, freezing, washing off, or breaking down under high speeds, high heats or heavy loads
- Excellent film strength and durability
- High dropping point helps ensure retention where high temperatures are encountered
- Good extreme pressure and anti-wear properties
- High quality base fluids provide reliable protection against rust and corrosion
- NLGI #2