The only thing I can think of is Lithium grease Spray (comes in an
aerosal can). Used it at Ford alot to give a long lasting lubrication
solution to squeaks. It wouldnt collect as much debris as regular grease
as you have tried. But a spray a day might help your effort.
But stumbled by "Dry Spray Lubrication" as you put it.
Keith Turk wrote:
>Anyone out there know of a quality Dry spray lubrication for gears?
>Here is my problem.... I have a 1/2 Yard concrete mixer that never gets
>turned off.... so the big drum gear and the little countershaft gear wearout
>regularly..... like one every 6 months.... what my thoughts right now are to
>convert it to a belt drive as it's much less susciptable to wear but to do
>that I have to completely re-engineer the machine.... ( I've already set it
>up in my mind.... but don't have time right this minute )
>Just thought maybe our collective knowledge might have a semi temporary
>Grease doesn't work by the way as it attracts sand which wears the gears
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