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Hi,
Wanted to apply some good lubrication on the tail gate hinges and doors just as a preventative maintenance thing. Any recommendations on what / which products I should use / avoid.:act064:

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Thanks for the recommendation - any brand in particular ? I know not everything is created equal ;act028:

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I have been using LPS #1 Greaseless Lubricant.
Anyone else?
 

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Wherever there is dust to be had, I use Amsoil Heavy Duty MP. It won't turn into a grinding compound like grease will. It is also good for bolt threads that are subject to wetting/corrosion. A waterworks in NDak uses it for their wet applications.
 

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Wherever there is dust to be had, I use Amsoil Heavy Duty MP. It won't turn into a grinding compound like grease will. It is also good for bolt threads that are subject to wetting/corrosion. A waterworks in NDak uses it for their wet applications.
Will have check this out at parts store
 

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This is a little off-subject but worth mentioning. It is lube related.

If anybody has the same problem I did with the flat cover on the center storage becoming very hard, sometimes impossible, to open here is an easy fix. Spray some foam or can spray window cleaner along the track and let it loosen up all the crud that is in there. There is all kinds of nasty gunk in there. Thanks local Honda shop guy for telling me this trick - it really worked well and it slides like brand new.
 

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I do the "supertech" spray lithium from Wal-Mart.
When thigs get gummy/dirty I just wipe it off with a rag and start over.
 
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