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Just ran out...any suggestions on something that'll work in its place? I tried white lith grease -- too thin.

I could order from Summit etc... but need something now.

Thnaks.
 

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i used white grease, worked fine for me.
 

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Last rearend I did we used spray paint...... Don't laugh, it worked great and left very clear marks after adjusting the gearset. Just a light misting of the ring gear is all you need!

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i just used a scoop of redn' tacky grease. Worked just fine for me.
 

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I used a tube of white oil paint from the local hobby shop.
 

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On 2006-05-30 09:02, bmcd66250 wrote:
I used a tube of white oil paint from the local hobby shop.
Ahh...that's a great suggestion. That does seem to have the consistency that I was looking for.

But...

You can buy this over the counter at Ford!

So now I have a full tube which'll last me 20 or so rear-ends.
 

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You can go to WallyWorld. In the fabric dept. they have white paint pencils. They are kinda like Sharpies. I use them for a lot of marking, including timing marks. Great thing to have in the toolbox.
 
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