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#10971528 - 07/12/15 08:39 AM What to use
StormVet Offline
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Registered: 01/16/12
Posts: 164
Loc: East Texas
I have a 1989 Yamaha pro v 150 on my skeeter. The advance timing arm sticks sometimes. It frees up with Wd-40, but I don't know if that is good for the motor. What lube can I use to keep the arm working freely under the flywheel.

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#10971544 - 07/12/15 08:48 AM Re: What to use [Re: StormVet]
blackhorse Online   content
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Registered: 05/13/08
Posts: 169
Loc: Morgan, Tx
try corrosion X buy it at academy, works well

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#10971557 - 07/12/15 09:02 AM Re: What to use [Re: StormVet]
gary purdy Offline
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Registered: 05/24/03
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I would not recommend anything with oil in it. WD40 actually will make it worse after drying. Electrical cleaner and air. I have had a couple that required removal to clean.
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#10971674 - 07/12/15 10:11 AM Re: What to use [Re: StormVet]
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So would electrical spray cleaner be better? Is corrosion x a spray lube?

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