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Posted: 8/2/2009 1:09:53 PM EST
For the life of me I can't find one one the surefire site but I know one exists someplace...

Link Posted: 8/2/2009 1:11:17 PM EST
why do you need a manual?
Link Posted: 8/2/2009 1:16:46 PM EST
Originally Posted By timpryor:
why do you need a manual?


I beleive it mentioned someplace that CLP/petroleum was not an acceptable lubricant for the threads.

Yes, I'm a flashlight whore.

Link Posted: 8/2/2009 1:26:18 PM EST
Nye 779ZC for the O-rings and the 759G for the threads.

Vaseline will dissolve the O-rings
Link Posted: 8/2/2009 2:03:41 PM EST
CPF whore!

Originally Posted By CWO:
Nye 779ZC for the O-rings and the 759G for the threads.

Vaseline will dissolve the O-rings


and yeah, what he said.
Link Posted: 8/2/2009 2:36:42 PM EST
Originally Posted By CWO:
Nye 779ZC for the O-rings and the 759G for the threads.

Vaseline will dissolve the O-rings


What did you just say?
Link Posted: 8/2/2009 7:49:20 PM EST
Originally Posted By fadedsun:
Originally Posted By CWO:
Nye 779ZC for the O-rings and the 759G for the threads.

Vaseline will dissolve the O-rings


What did you just say?


Those are part numbers for products from Nye lubricants... which is what surefire uses.
http://www.nyelubricants.com/
Link Posted: 8/2/2009 7:58:56 PM EST

Originally Posted By freeride21a:
Originally Posted By fadedsun:
Originally Posted By CWO:
Nye 779ZC for the O-rings and the 759G for the threads.

Vaseline will dissolve the O-rings


What did you just say?


Those are part numbers for products from Nye lubricants... which is what surefire uses.
http://www.nyelubricants.com/

Small quantities are available from LightHound.
Link Posted: 8/2/2009 8:04:28 PM EST
Syl-Glyde is an excellent lubricant for flashlight threads and O-rings. It's silicone-based, cheap, and available at most auto parts stores (commonly used for lubricating brake caliper pins). NAPA sells a four ounce "toothpaste tube" of it (P/N 765-1351) for about 6 bucks. Four ounces is probably enough to last ya several lifetimes...

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