Sponsored video: Lubegard Assemblee Goo - Transmission Digest

Sponsored video: Lubegard Assemblee Goo

In this sponsored video, Lubegard highlights Assemblee Goo with LXE-XP, used to facilitate the assembly process when rebuilding. The full script of the video is below:

Lubegard Assemblee Goo with LXE-XP is formulated for use as an assembly aid and lubricant for virtually any assembly application. It facilitates the assembly process by holding components such as needle bearings and hydraulic seals in place, helping to achieve a faster, trouble-free rebuild.

Assemblee Goo will not melt at shop or workbench temperatures, yet it dissolves and becomes soluble in transmission fluids at operating temperatures without clogging filters or solenoid valves.

It is available in two tack strengths: Blue is the light-tack formula and is perfect for colder climates; green is the firmer tack formula and is ideal for more holding strength and warmer climates.

Both Green and Blue Goos are now formulated with LXE-XP and are the only assembly gels that provide lubrication and anti-wear protection for the moving parts on the initial start-up, preventing wear and scoring on newly rebuilt units.

The feedback from professional rebuilders led to the re-evaluation of the Assemblee Goo products. The addition of LXE-XP for extra protection turned assembly gels originally designed to simply hold a gasket, or thrust washer in place, into an impressive anti-wear lubricant and a powerful break-in tool for the advanced builder.

Testing shows that Lubegard Assemblee Goos significantly reduces wear over competing brands: The Falex Four Ball Wear Test Machine is used to determine the relative wear-preventing properties of lubricating fluids and greases in sliding and rolling applications. Three half-inch diameter steel balls are clamped together and covered with the test lubricant. A fourth half-inch diameter steel ball is pressed into the cavity formed by the three clamped balls for three-point contact and rotated for a set duration. Lubricants are compared using the average size of the scar diameters worn on the three lower clamped balls.

For more information and to see the company’s full line of products, visit lubegard.com

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