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post #1 of 3 Old 04-01-2017, 09:45 AM Thread Starter
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New Chute or impeller material?
Just stumbled upon this doing some research for a conveyor project. Can't wait for 3m to make a spray can of this this stuff. Probably expensive so I don't see blower manufactures using it soon. I believe it would solve many clogging projects and keep you guys out of the wife's household supplies looking for a lubricant. Pretty cool.
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It would probably work well but I do not think it will ever make it on a snow blower, The way they talk is most likely going to be a industrial coating like the put on tooling inserts and industrial applications and most likely will be much too expensive to coat the snow blower without significantly increasing the price. would be a nice option though.

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That's cool. It was discovered in 1999, and still no rattle can version, c'mon scientists.

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