For use – metal ring & pinion gears, CVA’s, diff out-drives, diff o-rings, misc, metal to metal assemblies
JConcepts, together with RM2 brings you the heavy-metal grease for a multitude of uses in the rc industry. The competition starts in the pits during rebuilds, freshening a car or simply building a new kit. The heavy-metal grease is the perfect complement for metal to metal parts in the drive-line such as ring and pinion gear assemblies. It’s also a great spread for CVA’s, diff out-drives and inside the diff on the seated o-rings.
Ryan Maifield has a need for speed, and on the dirt track, it’s important to have a smooth running, free working and long lasting drive-line that can handle the most extreme conditions. Ryan has spent the better part of 2 years searching out the combination that belongs in his race cars and this heavy-metal grease is where it’s at. For ring and pinion gears, apply a small amount around the circumference of each and roll together gently before completely closing the diff cases.
For o-rings in the diff, it’s important to coat the metal pieces first and a tiny bit on the o-rings so the rotation can be free of ceasing during heavy running. For CVA’s and bone assemblies, apply a liberal amount against the barrel portion of the CVA and assemble and work into position. Once the vehicle is completely assembled, always roll-over the drive-line so all the lubricants take a nice set in position and evenly coat frictional areas. The heavy-metal grease can also be used on the thrust assembly on a 1/10th off-road differential and is an all-around handy grease for many different applications.
Ryan recommends checking over the vehicle after initial shake-down runs and maintain with the same level of materials and consistency as it was originally built. For quality, performance and proven results look no further than RM2 products by JConcepts.