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Old 02-20-2018   #7
retinax
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Yes. Better to do it right.
I've read about molybdenum grease in this context before, but I doubt it's necessary - AFAIK the molybdenum sulfide is added to lubricants to provide an extra safety for when the fatty/oily component shears, burns, disappears or otherwise fails, none of which is to be expected in a shutter, it's hardly a high load application. Just use something that doesn't migrate or separate into different phases.
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