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Old 01-04-2015, 07:01 PM   #2
BRENT in 10-uh-C
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Default Re: Slip Plate/Dry Moly Application

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Originally Posted by OL JENNY View Post
Les Andrews in his book, and some others on the Barn have talked about applying Slip Plate like products to the BOTTOM surface of each leaf if you are refurbishing Model A springs. Does it work better when only applied to one surface as opposed to applying it to both the bottom of a leaf and the top of the leaf below it? Is there a disadvantage to doing both surfaces?
The only disadvantage is it looks odd because the texture. I personally do not feel there is much of an advantage coating both sides. The biggest help is grinding out the grooves if they're shallow enough. If not, replace them.
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