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heloego

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on: April 06, 2016, 07:55:35 am
   I've not seen it on the NField Gear site.
   Considering the frequency which many of us have found poor contact and/or had to re-rack one or more connectors, an Electrical Contact Enhancer of any brand just makes sense.
   Here is my link to my post in Tech Tips:
      https://forum.classicmotorworks.com/index.php/topic,23453.0.html

   I use Stabilant22 as mandated every time I re-rack a connector on the Airbus helicopters. Considering the vibration inherently produced by a helo, and the effectiveness of the enhancer compared to a helo without it, if it works on helos it's guaranteed to work on a bike!  ;D
   And even a 5ml bottle goes a very long way!  8)
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Reply #1 on: September 28, 2016, 10:52:43 pm
I religiously use Jet Lube 12/34 for all my electrical work. This contact enhancer/cleaner/preservative is the best I've ever used and is perfect for any electrical application. Damn good fer cleaning guns as well. ;)
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