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  • Quicksilver 2-4-C Grease VS SuperTech Marine Grease
    Just wondering if there is an advantage to using the 2-4-C grease as opposed to using the SuperTech grease from Walmart. Im not sure of the differences in the two as they are both marine greases? I know the 2-4-C has a Teflon additive and the SuperTech is made up of Calcium Sulfonate.....but can they be substitued for each other.

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    Re: Quicksilver 2-4-C Grease VS SuperTech Marine Grease

    From what I have read on these forums the teflon additive is always the best way to go.

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      Re: Quicksilver 2-4-C Grease VS SuperTech Marine Grease

      I use greengrease for EVERYTHING. It is supposed to be the best.
      1998 SeaRay 250 Sundancer
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        Re: Quicksilver 2-4-C Grease VS SuperTech Marine Grease

        I find better results with 2-4-C on things that are UNDER saltwater like props and flow-torque bushings

        And the plain bearing pivot points on the gimble and bellhouseing


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          Re: Quicksilver 2-4-C Grease VS SuperTech Marine Grease

          A tube of 2-4-C will last a long time. Not sure why you would want to play chemical analysis and application engineer to save a couple of $ at wally world. You are better off using the 2-4-C where the manual says to.

          It was my understanding that both 2-4-C and Special 101 grease are for surface/corrosion protection in wet environments. They are not bearing grease, correct? The 2-4-C is called out usually when there is a gasket or seal in contact with metal. The 101 seems to be called out in a more metal protectant case. I do know that every fall when I pull the prop, I am amazed how well the 101 holds up to a season submerged in water.

          Or, you can just fall back to the Bondo motto

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            Re: Quicksilver 2-4-C Grease VS SuperTech Marine Grease

            Or, you can just fall back to the Bondo motto
            Ayuh,..........
            Any Grease is Better,..... Than No Grease at All.......

            I use greengrease for EVERYTHING. It is supposed to be the best.
            To the best of my knowledge,............. the Color of Grease means absolutely Nothing...........

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              Re: Quicksilver 2-4-C Grease VS SuperTech Marine Grease

              GREEN Grease is the name. greengrease.net. It's a synthetic grease compatible w/all others and protects better than any other(even is salt water)
              1998 SeaRay 250 Sundancer
              7.4L MPI w/Bravo III drive

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                Re: Quicksilver 2-4-C Grease VS SuperTech Marine Grease

                What do you base that claim that green grease is that good? I try to use the BEST stuff when & where I can. I've been to the website greengrease.net and boy is that a slick website. ( Pun intended). How long have you used it? What have you used it on? Thanks Joe

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                  Re: Quicksilver 2-4-C Grease VS SuperTech Marine Grease

                  There was a story about it on a auto mechanic show on TV. I use it for my boat,trailers,cars etc. Just try it!!
                  1998 SeaRay 250 Sundancer
                  7.4L MPI w/Bravo III drive

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                    Re: Quicksilver 2-4-C Grease VS SuperTech Marine Grease

                    Originally posted by Bond-o View Post
                    Ayuh,..........
                    Any Grease is Better,..... Than No Grease at All.......



                    To the best of my knowledge,............. the Color of Grease means absolutely Nothing...........
                    Now Bond-O, you gotta KNOW that Purple Grease is better than Green Grease, but not quite as good as Black Grease!

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                      Re: Quicksilver 2-4-C Grease VS SuperTech Marine Grease

                      Originally posted by robert graham View Post
                      Now Bond-O, you gotta KNOW that Purple Grease is better than Green Grease, but not quite as good as Black Grease!
                      Ayuh,... Donno 'bout That, but I do know this thread is 'bout 5 Years old....

                      I bet you knew that too,....

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