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Rebuilding the roller bar on a 48" deck. My rollers came tonight from Yates. Is there a good dry lube I can use on the bar?

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Theirs something else called Elmer's slide all. It comes in a spray can, and it is a dry lubricant. No residue. Just don't know how long it lasts.

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It is hard to find around here, but dry silicon spray lubricant is what you are looking for. You can order it on the net. I have used it many times. It becomes completely dry, but is very slick.

I just use regular grease on my roller bar.

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