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CRC 6-56 Marine Lubricant??

Anyone ever try it? My Lund dealer JLC Marine in Elizabethtown is carrying it. Been using Boeshield T-9 but the CRC 6-56 is about half the price.

Thanks for any input.




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Re: CRC 6-56 Marine Lubricant??

For years, I’ve used it all of the time for anything and everything.

On my outboards, I take off the cowls and spray everything – motor, wires, linkages……..

Any other time, I use it wherever you would use something such as WD-40 or another spray lubricant. If it squeaks, it gets a shot of 6-56.

It seems to work better and is longer lasting than anything else I’ve used in the past.
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Re: CRC 6-56 Marine Lubricant??

I have good experience w/ the CRC 5-56 auto product.

Pulling an engine w/ 269K.

The distributor was stuck [wrapped a chain and tried pulling it w/ a forklift, picked up the whole truck] so I wrapped rags around it and poured in about a quart of the CRC 5-56.

24 hours later I walked up and removed the distributor by hand...then it worked on the exhaust manifold bolts...you get the picture!

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Re: CRC 6-56 Marine Lubricant??

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For years, I’ve used it all of the time for anything and everything.

On my outboards, I take off the cowls and spray everything – motor, wires, linkages……..

Any other time, I use it wherever you would use something such as WD-40 or another spray lubricant. If it squeaks, it gets a shot of 6-56.

It seems to work better and is longer lasting than anything else I’ve used in the past.
Thanks for input Longie! Per my read of CRC site it's friendly to plastic/rubber too.

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I have good experience w/ the CRC 5-56 auto product.

Pulling an engine w/ 269K.

The distributor was stuck [wrapped a chain and tried pulling it w/ a forklift, picked up the whole truck] so I wrapped rags around it and poured in about a quart of the CRC 5-56.

24 hours later I walked up and removed the distributor by hand...then it worked on the exhaust manifold bolts...you get the picture!
WOW...good experience for sure! Thanks wis-bang!

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Re: CRC 6-56 Marine Lubricant??

i've been a mechanic for 25 years now, and CRC products are the best brand i ever used, anything they make is worth your coin.

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Re: CRC 6-56 Marine Lubricant??

I didn't realize the wide array of products CRS offers until I visited thier website.

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Re: CRC 6-56 Marine Lubricant??

GTP works! That's 'Guaranteed to Pass' Emissions in a can. It was real poplar w/ my coworkers in Jersey!

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I have good experience w/ the CRC 5-56 auto product.

Pulling an engine w/ 269K.

The distributor was stuck [wrapped a chain and tried pulling it w/ a forklift, picked up the whole truck] so I wrapped rags around it and poured in about a quart of the CRC 5-56.

24 hours later I walked up and removed the distributor by hand...then it worked on the exhaust manifold bolts...you get the picture!
WOW...good experience for sure! Thanks wis-bang!
Our shop foreman bought it by the drum.

Working my whole life within 75 mi of Warminster; I've seen a lot of CRC products in use. Many trucking companies use 'em.

That distributor was not moved for 269000 miles and was stuck good. It was still working in the crate engine when I sold it 7 years later! A new O ring and on it went...

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Re: CRC 6-56 Marine Lubricant??

Thanks for the input wis!

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