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And here I was going to ask if those drums in the first pics were the "regular sized cans" lol
Still playing with the sample can - don't have a regular one yet...
2004 Ranger XLT SC 4x4, 4.0L-SOHC, M5OD-R1HD, 4.10LS, Payload Pkg2, Towing Pkg.
1977 F150 Ranger 4x4, 414cid (6.8L) w/ '72 2V Cleveland heads, C6 Auto.
"Control will always be in the hands of people intelligent enough to operate in the shadows, while using puppets in the public eye." - shorebird
Bilsteins and FF seem to be the common theme. Sprayed the bolts on my old shocks with FF today. Yes I know FF isn't a penetrating oil but I believe I read on LS that if you leave it for a couple weeks it'll loosen up even the most stubborn bolt and nut. Well these have been untouched in the rust belt for 10 years. Will be doing shocks next weekend.
Sorry for the glare on the can it gets dark so early now! It was like 4:30 and I had to use the flash.
I look forward to hearing the results. Fluid Film works very well as a penetrating oil when given enough time. Because it will not evaporate, it continues to migrate / penetrate to free up just about anything. It will save you from having to cut a bolt.
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