Copper slip ?

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Copper slip ?

Postby Ducaki » Dec 28th, '17, 23:59

My tube of copper slip is running low. Just wondering who makes the best,as some seem better than others, and where to buy?
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Re: Copper slip ?

Postby billinom8s » Dec 29th, '17, 06:30

My tub of halfords own has served me well for years. Never had any issues with it not doing it's job at all.
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Re: Copper slip ?

Postby Mervin » Dec 29th, '17, 11:00

I bought tin of Texaco copper grease about twice the size of a tin of beans at a show once , it was on offer , been on the shelf for years and not half of it has gone yet , doing a blody good job to ,
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Re: Copper slip ?

Postby Ducaki » Dec 30th, '17, 21:42

Thanks guys.
Currently finishing off the halfords. My mate noticed that is was thicker and went on nicer than his stuff from Kenney's.
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