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Motorcraft Silicone Brake Caliper Grease and Dielectric Compound (XG-3-A)

This is one Motorcraft product you don't want to be without. It's invaluable for properly lubricating disk brake caliper pins and acting as a dielectric compound for electronic components. You will find many other uses for it, as well; e.g., preserving door and trunk gaskets, revitalizing caliper pin boots, and lubricating "O" rings. Available from your local Ford dealer, it's cheaper than most competing products on the market. A 3 oz. tube goes for around $9 and will last a long time. It meets Ford material specification ESB-M1C171-B.
 

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I use it at work all the time, for lubing up the sliding pins, contact points on the brake drums, and for di-electric grease, but the best part, we bill it to shop supplies, Mmmmm gotta love working for a Ford Dealership.......
 

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I'm still using a tube I bought in 1978 or so.....
 

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I paid $8.59 for 3 oz. What size did you get for $2.00? Let us know the size you got and where you purchased it.
 
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