Discussion in 'Experienced Truckers' Advice' started by MACK E-6, Jul 23, 2021.
Anybody have any suggestions on how to prevent this?
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That’s worth a try. It’s getting annoying having that happen every time I drop my trailer.
Maybe Vaseline? Idk, honestly.
Simple, “Spit” on them before connecting them.
Could it be a bad batch? Perhaps try buying some new ones.
A dab of oil, or diesel maybe. Must be running in some hot temperatures.
Oil and grease breakdown the rubber. I’ve used anti seize, but then I spent two hours trying to get it off of everything. Anti seize is like tribbles in Star Trek.
I’m well familiar with that nasty stuff from days pulling pipe wrenches.
Company issue, I’m afraid.