My MicroBlue experience

Discussion in 'Trucks [ Eighteen Wheelers ]' started by gokiddogo, Jun 3, 2012.

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  1. that65

    that65 Light Load Member

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    You didn't watch your own video, or you don't know what a ring and pinion looks like, they are polishing those rear-end parts in your own video, anyway do some research on your own videos, along with gears like any in a motor or transmission, now you can spend some more bucks!!!!
     
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  3. Dice1

    Dice1 Road Train Member

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    You just being argumentative and are really looking bad now.

    Would you please go back and read the entire thread and do some research because YES my rear ends and transmission were completely disassembled and MicroBlued with the entire process of REM super finishing of the metal surfaces and the Tungsten Disulfide treatment of the surfaces.

    Why so argumentative without doing your research first?
     
  4. MACK E-6

    MACK E-6 Moderator Staff Member

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    Gentlemen, le's not get into a bickerfest please, thank you very much.:)
     
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  5. that65

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    OK, I was wrong, I thought you just did your axle bearings and hub bearings, tranny bearings, my bad, sorry, you have a lot of money in labor, unless you know how to rebuild rear-ends and trannys, How much total with teardown and assemble and the coating? I won't do anymore bashing.
     
  6. Dice1

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    Thank you!

    I was almost ready to give up on somebody who refuses to read the entire thread and do the research.
     
  7. Dice1

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    That is what I was trying to tell you to read the entire thread and do some research.

    Thank you and apology accepted.
     
  8. Markvfl

    Markvfl Road Train Member

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    I find it interesting that there is no conversation about something as beneficial as MicroBlue. I guess when rates go up most people lose interest in saving money?
     
  9. king Q

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    So rates have gone up?
     
  10. king Q

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    I have been wondering if a company like Timken who manufacture large industrial bearings for us in Carolina would allow MicroBlue treatment before assembly?
    Some time in the future I would like to try it and see what benefits there relating to energy efficiency and durability.
     
  11. gokiddogo

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    I have kind of given up. It does work, I have tried it, the mpg gains are real. Lots of people sit and say it is snake oil, without even trying it themselves. I really don't give a rats behind anymore. Get less mpg than me, good. It would benefit me MORE the further ahead I am, mpg wise, than everyone else. This thread was started to be aimed at the independent owner operator to get an edge over their mega-company competition. Those that are skeptical should try the least expensive way. Do a 2 axle trailer and see for yourself. But I am done trying to convince others that the product actually works.
     
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