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Posted in response to Re: Re: Newbie question about saw lubricants from Dirk on October 14, 2012 at 00:03:20:

Re: Re: Re: Newbie question about saw lubricants

Dirk,
Should you decide to use mineral oil in your saw try Tractor Supply. They have the cheapest price that I know of. Around $17 a gallon. Most want $22 - $25 a gallon. Another thing that has been discussed here before is filtering your dirty oil. I like to use the double layer of grocery bag paper. It comes out like brand new. Just find a large funnel or you can even use an empty 2 liter pop bottle that you have cut the bottom off of. It usually takes awhile to filter through but the results are very good. Happy cutting, Ward.

From Ward - October 14, 2012 at 23:49:55

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