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    Fluid Film on cylinders for Storage.

    Can this product be used on Cylinders for long term storage?

    Thanks Roger


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    I am assuming these are cylinders that are out of the ski. This product will work well for your purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger H View Post
    Can this product be used on Cylinders for long term storage?

    Thanks Roger
    I personally would not use it for that... If I were you I'd go grab a can of BRP fogging oil

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdaddyRXP View Post
    I personally would not use it for that... If I were you I'd go grab a can of BRP fogging oil
    My local dealer actually steered me toward Mercury's engine fogging oil not nearly as expensive as Mama Doo's

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    Keep it coming!!!!

    I have to send them out to be Powder Coated.

    Thanks Roger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger H View Post
    Keep it coming!!!!

    I have to send them out to be Powder Coated.

    Thanks Roger
    If you are storing them out of the ski like that I would definatly say use fluid film

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    I am just looking for something to put on the cyl sleeves when I ship them.
    I know steel gets rusty as moisture sets it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger H View Post
    I am just looking for something to put on the cyl sleeves when I ship them.
    I know steel gets rusty as moisture sets it.
    Another option would be to to use a grease to coat them with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger H View Post
    I am just looking for something to put on the cyl sleeves when I ship them.
    I know steel gets rusty as moisture sets it.

    The powder coating person will kill you if you put a bunch of coatings and such on the inside of the cylinders. Due to the oven and the oils getting all over your parts and other people's parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger H View Post
    Keep it coming!!!!

    I have to send them out to be Powder Coated.

    Thanks Roger
    Not a good idea to powder coat your cyl after it is honed to size.
    I have seen an atv cyl become out of round after powder coating.

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