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RE: Pullrite Superlite - Best Dry Graphite Lubricant

Yes. I am the OP and the hitch pictured is the hitch that I own. My question on dry lube was in reference to that hitch.
homeschoolin 12/12/20 08:09pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Pullrite Superlite - Best Dry Graphite Lubricant

After the initial coat, just a light touch up the first couple trips. You can tell by the sheen of the metal when more is needed. Wipe it down with a clean cloth to better tell. The graphite goes on like paint and like any paint you can tell when it needs a touch up. Graphite bonds to the metal so less is needed over time. Been running a Superglide with slip plate for over 10 years. Other brands are fine too. Good. Thanks. I did not realize the Superglide called for the graphite dry lube also. Is the dry lube for the slide rails? Doesn't the slip plate take care of the hitching area?
homeschoolin 12/12/20 09:57am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Pullrite Superlite - Best Dry Graphite Lubricant

No lube on the Andersen Is that because the Anderson funnel has the rubberized coating?
homeschoolin 12/12/20 09:55am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Pullrite Superlite - Best Dry Graphite Lubricant

The difference IMO isn’t between brands but in regular application. How often do you recommend that the dry lube be reapplied? Can you tell by the sound when the ball and funnel rub together?
homeschoolin 12/12/20 08:51am Fifth-Wheels
Pullrite Superlite - Best Dry Graphite Lubricant

I am talking about the pyramid-style hitch that is very similar to the Anderson hitch but is made by Pullrite instead. Anderson users can feel free to chime in too if they use a dry lube on their hitch. Pullrite recommends a dry graphite lube be applied to the receiving funnel and to the ball that attaches to the kingpin (the Anderson has the reverse arrangement funnel attached to the kingpin and ball on top of the hitch). My local Ace store sells PB Blaster Dry Graphite Spray. Has anybody used the PB product? Does it work well? What is your preferred lubricant for this style of hitch? I guess the ideal lube would be one that goes on with little mess, lasts a long time, and, of course, lubes well between hitch and funnel. Thanks.
homeschoolin 12/11/20 03:07pm Fifth-Wheels
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