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first, apologies if this is a re-post since I'm new to this neck of the woods.

my front fabtech coil-overs are making some noise due to the inside of the spring rubbing on the teflon cover of the shock body. any suggestions for a lube that will not attract dust? I think there's some spray silicon that drys, and I also considered graphite. any other suggestions?



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Fluid Film might help its like never seaz and wd40 all in one.
 

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fourstringfletch said:
and where would I find this magic stuff?
True Value or Ace Hardware is what their website says. I've never seen the stuff, but supposedly it is bad ass.
 

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Bigger speakers can compensate for the increased noise. I tried all kinds of lube.Dry silicone,bearing grease, lithium, etc. The noise is just there. Maybe, if the noise stops, then it's time to worry.?
 
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