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Re: White powder around stuffing box.

Try coating the metal with light grease. Can't hurt and will keep damp air off the parts.Back in the day, we used beef tallow.
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Re: White powder around stuffing box.

Cocaine.

Sniff it and then write a post on this forum. We will assess if its cocaine or your normal BS.


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