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    Senior Member 85_Ciera_Rebuild's Avatar
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    Default Freeze Your Nuts Off

    Anyone tried this product?

    Freeze Your Nuts Off represents the latest breakthrough in penetrating lubricant technology. By combining rapid freezing action with an advanced, rust eating formula, seized or rusted parts are easily released.

    Ideal for use in the most demanding penetrating lubricant applications.




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    I have not, but the SDS says it is 60-100% 1,1-Difluoroethane (R152a) which is what I was expecting.
    Jerry

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    I haven't but it sounds like a good idea.

    I thought the thread might have been about the weather. Record lows and snowfall in Michigan the last couple days. Single digit temps and 3 feet of snow in places. It's starting out just like 2014 and that was brutal. The Cruiser is sitting safely in the garage for the season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CorvairGeek View Post
    I have not
    I use oxy acetylene, but if nut/bolt was located where a torch would cause damage, this would be something to consider.

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    I haven't but it sounds cool
    I though it was another product tho

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