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Old 04-28-2018, 10:03 PM
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Ran across this video on different penetrates, found the results to be interesting, thought I would share. I may have to change brands after this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUEob2oAKVs

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Ran across this video on different penetrates, found the results to be interesting, thought I would share. I may have to change brands after this.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUEob2oAKVs


Itís like a bad Kung fu movie lol. Donít try to watch his mouth as he talks. Cool video, thanks for sharing.


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Hurray for UTUBE and Pateron.

Most informative. I just ran out of NAPA brand of penetrating oil and was searching for a store that sells Kriol because I've heard so much good things.
Maybe because it's so expensive folks seem to recommend it. Kinda like the "seat of the pants" dyno. It costs so much you want it to be a good value.
The video shows that something is better than nothing and heat is best of all.
The vid showing that heat is best of all confirms my experience. The problem is that not all parts are suitable to be heated with an oxyacetylene torch (painted parts that you want to save the paint, like our windshield frame hinges or our door hinges).

Looks like I'm off to my local Big Box lumber yard for Liquid Wrench.

Thanks Batjack.

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