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Old 08-22-2018, 7:27 PM
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Deep cleaning time after about 10500+ rds.


First time I disassembled the XL 650 platform assembly...
Only lost the Pawl Spring- 13938.
She was pretty dirty.

Buttered her up, just awaiting the replacement spring.
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FYI - If you have a sonic , you can place a metal pot on top
and it can help a lot .
I used to use WD-40 [ YES , I know it displaces water and not a
penetrating oil but a dust magnet ] , now I use 0-20 motor oil .
Strain thru coffee filter .
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This official Dillon guide says 30 weight (HD30?)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zdWiWsFpMs

Anyone know much about grease?
IF so, then does using moly-contraining grease for the contact/wear-points, and in the grease fittings cause issues?
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This official Dillon guide says 30 weight (HD30?)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zdWiWsFpMs

Anyone know much about grease?
IF so, then does using moly-contraining grease for the contact/wear-points, and in the grease fittings cause issues?
you are lubricating a machine that as a high cycle low speed low heat load,

Any SAE 30 or a 30wt Hyd oil will work ISO VG 100- 150 would be fine.

As for grease I'd just use a common red lithium complex grease. it doesn't need to see anything EP rated or fancy.
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The oil I was talking about was for the sonic .
For the press I use either 5-30 or 10-30 - whatever I used last
oil change .
Unlike 99.9 precent of people here , after a reloading cycle [ 200
-400 ] , I take apart dies and run thru sonic .
Several reasons for this - 7 of us reload here [ how many 30 cal do
you have ? ] and this makes sure there is an oil film on dies .
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