Bel-Ray Assembly Lube Bismarck ND
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Bel-Ray Assembly Lube
Bel-Ray Assembly Lube is designed to protect metal surfaces during engine assembly.
Bel-Ray Assembly Lube provides long-lasting protection against metal-to-metal contact that can lead to galling and seizing when subjected to high loads such as initial engine break-in. The exceptional anti-wear and lubricating properties make Assembly Lube a must-have for today’s engine builder, as it minimizes wear during initial break-in of freshly assembled engines.
Developed by Bel-Ray’s state-of-the art laboratory and team of engineers, this high performance assembly lubricant is made of high molybdenum disulfide content and is easy to use with the convenient brush top can.
The special formula is unaffected by most acids and alkalis and leaves a coating impervious to moisture for long lasting protection. Assembly Lube can be used in the lubrication of fasteners, splines, couplings, press-fit components and many other highly loaded mechanical assemblies. Using Assembly Lube on threads allows for accurate torque and helps prevent stripping of threads during assembly.
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