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Re: New wiring

To: MG Nuts <>
Subject: Re: New wiring
From: Skye Poier <>
Date: Tue, 28 May 2002 15:00:57 -0700
So if its an insulator why is it called dialectric grease?
And how is it any better than Vaseline?


Word on the street is Maynard Hirsch said:
> Yes it is an insulator, but what happens is:
> 1.  because of physical contact, continuity is there
> 2.  It prevents corrosion and also shorts.
> Lucas terminals seem to have a problem with corrosion, expecially where they
> are attached to ground.  I have never had a problem with connections where I
> use dielectric grease.
> Maynard

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