Graphogen Assem­bly Com­pound £33.50

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - THIS WEEK -

Graphogen pro­claims to the world that its prod­uct has ‘stood the test of time!’ And it re­ally has – the assem­bly com­pound lube was de­vel­oped at the end of the Sec­ond World War. It was used widely in the assem­bly and bed­ding-in of air­craft en­gines and you can use it on your clas­sic too! Il­lus­tri­ous users of this prod­uct in­clude Rolls-Royce and Lo­tus.

The lu­bri­cant gives pro­tec­tion when run­ning-in all types of pre­ci­sion ma­chin­ery, and pro­vides an ex­cel­lent safe­guard against po­ten­tial rub­bing or scuff­ing of metal com­po­nents. In essence, its blend of in­gre­di­ents forms a film on all treated en­gine parts. Best of all, once the en­gine is up to tem­per­a­ture, it sim­ply dis­solves into the en­gine oil, and the job is done. The paste is ex­tremely black be­cause of it high graphite con­tent.

It’s easy to ap­ply via brush or fin­ger, which is help­ful as you’ll need to ap­ply it lib­er­ally. As a bonus, it doesn’t even smell too bad.

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