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    Default Re: Uniglide and the future

    Quote Originally Posted by thabogrobler View Post
    I have a Hikux Kztr that had difficulty engaging 1st gear - you had to put it in second and then only would it go into first gear.

    I spoke to Henri and he advises Uniglide.

    We met up 2 days ago and that same evening I did an gearbox and transfer oil change(the old.oil was looking ok) with 12.5% Uniglide.

    Upon a test drive, it was almost immediately that I could feel a difference! This gearbox is now silky smooth!

    A mate has duly claimed my extra bottle for his noisy Pajero gearbox - I am awaiting his feedback.

    And it is very affordable.

    Thus, yes, I am impressed!!!
    How much is the manual gearbox treatment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skylark View Post
    How much is the manual gearbox treatment?
    R100 for 500ml, which I think should be enough - really affordable!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thabogrobler View Post
    R100 for 500ml, which I think should be enough - really affordable!
    As additives go that's very well priced, is that direct from Henris?

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    Default Re: Uniglide and the future

    Henris do you sell any products for automatics and CVT?

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    Default Re: Uniglide and the future

    Quote Originally Posted by Henris View Post
    For the more technically inclined.
    I still don't know what it is? Not being funny here but surely guys should know what the main ingredient is? Did I miss it somewhere?
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    Default Re: Uniglide and the future

    Quote Originally Posted by Henris View Post
    What was my first reply to Thabo.... Told you so.

    That is exactly the same experience I have had on numerous applications. This stuff works.

    Yesterday I was cutting an aluminium pulley on the lathe and as soon as I put some Multispray onto the cutting bit, (drill, boring bar, etc) the job is immediately quiet and the cut is smoother. Also no binding of aluminium on the cutting edge, as is usually the case.
    Use it for this as well. Using the engine oil additive undiluted also works well well - I have an old handsoap dispensing bottle filled with this at my drill press, and that works well, including drilling stainless steel/


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