admin3
admin3
2 posts
Joined February 2012

Lubrication Grease

Is it OK to use the same kind of grease on my 550b that I use to grease the rails of my 1911's
dillon
Administrator
dillon
2,820 posts
Joined July 2007

RE: Lubrication Grease

Yes, this is fine. Just avoid WD-40, Break-Free
coderpitt
coderpitt
69 posts
Joined November 2012

RE: Lubrication Grease

Admin3,
For my 550b, I have to use a needle grease fitting to inject the grease into the small holes on the frame. If they won't take the grease fairly easily or at all, then it might be time to break down the press and remove all the old hardened grease which can block the flow. I do this about once every 2-3 years, but I only load about 2-4k per year.
alvintopo
alvintopo
1 post
Joined December 2017

RE: Lubrication Grease

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RTROYT
RTROYT
1 post
Joined March 2017

RE: Lubrication Grease

Why can't you use WD-40 ?
Bucolic_Buffalo
Bucolic_Buffalo
48 posts
Joined June 2016

RE: Lubrication Grease

WD-40 is a water displacement product with solvents. The solvents have a short-lived lubrication property. But it is not a lubricant.