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Permatex Anti Seize Lubricant 80078 Bottle Review



Very good

Revainrating 5 out of 5  
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Liquid Volume0.24 Liters
Item Weight0.7 Pounds

Description of Permatex Anti Seize Lubricant 80078 Bottle

A highly refined blend of aluminum, copper, and graphite lubricants that is salt, corrosion, and moisture resistant. Use for easy assembly and disassembly of metal parts; enables easier disassembly of parts exposed to high temperatures. Use during assembly to prevent galling, corrosion, and seizing due to weathering or chemicals. Temperature Range: -80°F to 1600°F (-51°C to 871°C). Suggested Applications: For easy removal of spark plugs, cylinder head and exhaust head bolts; apply to anchor pins on brake assemblies, u-bolts and spring bolts, hinges, gears, chain, sprockets, and rollers.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Resist cramps anywhere.

Resists unfair takeovers. Ideal for freedom-oriented connections. I've used it for years whenever I've had to remove a nut or bolt in bad conditions. This is important when screwing steel into aluminium, e.g. B. a spark plug in an aluminum head. I use it on my car's brake hubs before I mount the wheels. The fact that you used to have to hit the wheel to move it convinced me of the need. Also good for slip-fit exhaust systems and the like. You should be aware that torque readings are not…

  • Very good value for money
  • Easily repairable

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Best EP Lube

This aluminum based product is a good general purpose EP lube. Says "For brake lubrication and anchor pins, engine head bolts, spark plug and oxygen sensor threads, exhaust manifold bolts, EGR fittings and starter and alternator bolts." but should not be used on stainless steel. There is a nickel based cleaner that works on regular steel, stainless steel, titanium and nickel alloys that seems to be the best option for general use but is much more expensive and comes with a carcinogen warning…

  • Great for me
  • Hard to say

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Make sure it's nice and smooth and I guarantee you next time.

Let's see if this sounds familiar. bang bang slap bang arggggxxxxxx bang bang bang !@$!@#%^*#. This is the sound you make when you try to take your old brake disc off when changing brakes. Well, anyway, that's the sound of me shooting rusty. If you're struggling to get the old rotor off, this will help you avoid injuring yourself and using a rubber mallet to make a new dent in your car next to the one your wife made where a dolly cart should have crashed in while shopping . while she was in the

  • Easy to use
  • Communication with seller

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great product but lazy applicator

I am approaching retirement age and have been using anti-seize products for many years. Last week I had to disassemble a badly rusted Jeep suspension. Here in Pennsylvania they use salt in the winter and it wrecks cars. I was amazed when the impact gun started unscrewing the screws with no problem until I saw the remnants of the lube. It was on every screw but one, and it took an induction gun and quite a bit of heat to pull them apart. I use this regularly for nuts and brake hardware and it…

  • High score for hold and durability from testers
  • Some minor issues

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Definitely where the threads can rust.

I'm not an expert on different types of anti-seize fasteners, but if you want to loosen a thread anytime, this is a must. I mainly use this for my collapsible utility trailer and my hurricane bolts. In a few rooms that we don't use much, I leave the shutters open throughout storm season. Screws rust or corrode after a few weeks in our climate. The collapsible trailer has four bolts, two on each side, that secure the rear half of the frame to the spring seat. With the screws removed, the rear…

  • Weight
  • Some Cons