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Where do i buy tef-lube?

What company in australia stocks tef-lube lubricant?

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    Toa Nosa Mar 24, 2014

    Legion Oz Suppliers Pty Ltd,based in Brisbane,Sales Contact..sales@legionoz.com.au.

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Sorry, but the description does not indicate what type of machine you are looking to purchase.

Assuming it is a trealmill? Not all machines use belts which need to be lubed any more. AFG (Advanced Fitness Group) uses a belt deck combo which is pre-impregnated with lube for the estimated life of the belt. Landice does not suggest any lube for their standard home use treamills but does make Slip Coat if an additional application were needed.

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I need to replace the bearings in the drivers side front wheel,but cant find any car shop or garage that stocks daewoo parts anymore? I've had people tell me i can use bearings from astra? Is there any...


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