Should we lube the Belleville washers or the Spring inside the regulator?

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    Sheharyar
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    Should we lube the Belleville washers or the Spring inside the regulator?

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    spinj
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    I lightly lube the washers and O-rings with silicone lube.

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    Scirroco
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    SheharyarShould we lube the Belleville washers or the Spring inside the regulator?


    Hi sheharyar
    Any time you have moving metal.parts rubbing together i.e bellville washers you need lube to cut down on friction for smoothness of operation and premature wear and tear
    Rgds steve

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    BigTinBoat
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    “Scirroco”

    “Sheharyar”Should we lube the Belleville washers or the Spring inside the regulator?

     


    Hi sheharyar
    Any time you have moving metal.parts rubbing together i.e bellville washers you need lube to cut down on friction for smoothness of operation and premature wear and tear
    Rgds steve

    
Steve,

    What lube do you use inside a regulator on the metal parts?

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    Scirroco
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    Hi big tin
    I use imperial sizing die WAX an invisible smear,its one of the best lubes there is ,i shoot a lot of centre fire rifle and i use it for lubing my cases and its main use is for necking down cases to form smaller cases/necks ,its one of the most slippiest substance out there
    And ive never ever had a case stuck in a resizing die since ive bees using it,not expesive ab £ 7in the uk
    Rgds steve

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    Sheharyar
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    spinjI lightly lube the washers and O-rings with silicone lube.


    Thanks all!
    I have a Silicon grease spray can I use that one? Or can I use Moly Grease or Simple silicon grease?
    I really appreciate your replies and answers.
    +1 Vote for Y’all! 😎😎😎

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    Scirroco
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    Hi sh
    I would use moly or silicone but make sure its only an invisible smear
    Rgds steve

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