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Super S Cotton Picker Spindle Grease 00

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Super S Cotton Picker Spindle Grease 00 is a smooth textured, corrosion preventive grease manufactured with a special low viscosity, low pour point base oil with a lithium thickener, as well as rust and oxidation inhibitors. It is recommended for industrial and agricultural applications calling for a low consistency product with low operating temperature properties. Super S NLGI 00 Grease meets or exceeds the John Deere JDN-360 and JDN-380 specific cautions for cotton picker spindle lubricants. It is widely used in gearboxes on bush hog type cutters and some gear cases on riding lawn mowers.

  • Temperature Range: -20° F to 200° F
  • Flash Point: >284° F (COC)
  • Dropping Point: 320° F

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Brand: Super S
Temperature Range (F): -20 deg. F to 200 deg. F
Dropping Point: 320 deg. F
Product Type: Grease
Flash Point: Up to 284 deg. F
Manufacturer Part Number SUS.CPGRS.1232.097
Super S Cotton Picker Spindle Grease 00 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hasn't leaked out yet I bought this for my 1951 Farmall Cub steering box that even with a new seal, was leaking gear oil pretty badly. It hasn't leaked past that seal yet with the 00 grease. I did a pretty intensive internet search for it (it's not that easy to find to begin with) and TSC was one of the few places I found it in a quart size and the only local one. If you've got an older gear box that you can't stop the gear oil from leaking out, I recommend this. A great product at a great price from TSC.
Date published: 2018-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For snowblower gearbox. Used this in my leaking auger box in my 30 year snowblower and recommended to others since. It's been working perfect for 4 years and aprox 160 hrs of use. I would not think twice using it in any lawn equipment gearcase that leaks out 90wt.
Date published: 2018-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works for Antique Motorcycles Maybe not as good as some other brands, because of price, but this is what was specified for my 1956 Royal Enfield transmission. Replaced seals on 1938 BMW final drive, still leaked. Fixed it with 00 grease. Also fixed leaking swing arm bushing on Norton.
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fixed my leaking seal I picked up a 6ft 3pt snowblower for a good deal knowing it had a leaky seal behind blower fan. Seal would weep out oil when gear case warmed up. I got a seal and tried torch, pry bar and 8" gear puller to no avail to get blower fan off shaft. By the time we were done seal was leaking real bad do to use of torch on shaft. Found forum recommending 00 cotton picker grease . I put in quart and ran blower for 20 minutes and no sign of leak. This stuff is thick yet still stays in a liquid state. Wish I would have went this route right from the beginning. A couple finds and I spent hours trying to get the fan off. Seal was in better shape before we started. I would recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-10-23
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I currently use a 000 grease (Lubriplate 5555) which is expensive hard to get when I need it. Used in bushhog gearbox and old crawler rollers. Can this 00 grease be pumped with a lever-type pump from a 5 gallon bucket?

Asked by: CharlieNH

Can I use this in Mantis gearbox? Mantis require grade 0 lithium grease.

Asked by: Malay
The “00” is a little bit thinner than the “0”. It will not hurt their equipment, but you do need to verify that a “00” will provide adequate protection. If the application contains high heat, then the “00” will most likely not be what is needed.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-06-06
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