I use this stuff, the previous version came in a blue can, IIRC was developed in Ozzy in their lumber mills, :?: where their chain drives were constantly a problem until this lube.shaftmaster wrote:.....snippage.......I've heard that some type of dry teflon lube is preferred. If so, can someone recommend a particular brand?
https://www.amazon.com/DuPont-Teflon-Ch ... B00KMMFE8Y
Illustration purposes only, can be had @ much lower price at wallyworld...... :wink:
Crossover lube from chain drive motorcycle...... :wink: A little goes a long way, for the tonearm guide rod, just a shot on the end of a Q-Tip and rubbing it onto the rod. With the tonearm free from the drive mechanism the "tonearm guide bushing just glides on the rod". If your unit has been abused, you may want something more viscous to dampen drive motor noise and vibration ie a very light teflon based grease and not slathered on ie original from factory.
As usual, YMMV and Apply @ Your Own Risk.
Good luck and welcome to VE..... :)