Neatsfoot oil or neatsfoot compound on clutch washers?


By dasvis

7 months ago


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    #1 7 months ago

    What is the difference & why do some recommend compound over the straight oil for the leather clutch washers?

    #2 7 months ago

    Use Compound.
    The straight stuff can jell-up and cause spin cycles when you don't want them.
    (Don't know the chemical differences - sorry).

    #3 7 months ago
    Quoted from Pinball_Muggle:

    Use Compound.
    The straight stuff can jell-up and cause spin cycles when you don't want them.
    (Don't know the chemical differences - sorry).

    Thanks, will source a small bottle.
    Getting parts, supplies ready for my 1st Bingo restore. Have done several EM pins & SS pins - but this will be my first Bingo. Looking forward to the mixer unit, looks like a fun challenge.

    #4 7 months ago
    Quoted from dasvis:

    Looking forward to the mixer unit, looks like a fun challenge.

    If you haven't yet viewed Phil Hooper's instructions for rebuilding the mixer unit, it's an invaluable guide:

    http://bingo.cdyn.com/techno/overhaul/magic_ring/dmixer.html

    #5 7 months ago
    Quoted from BlackCatBone:

    If you haven't yet viewed Phil Hooper's instructions for rebuilding the mixer unit, it's an invaluable guide:
    http://bingo.cdyn.com/techno/overhaul/magic_ring/dmixer.html

    Yup, read the whole thing several times, looks doabe.

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