Welcome all 928 forum refugees!
  • User avatar
  • User avatar
  • User avatar
User avatar
By Addlight
#83796
Hi all:

Pulled my driver side door arrestor and am replacing it with a new one. What type of grease should I use on the new arrestor? I'm tending to think something thin like a heavy duty silicone lube or white lithium. Those who know better, can you steer me right?

By the way, here is a picture of the old and new arrestors to illustrate how worn the old one had gotten (it did not stop the door).

Thanks,
Matt

Image
User avatar
By worf
#83826
I use Porsche’s high pressure grease. Same stuff as for the clutch.
Addlight liked this
User avatar
By Gary Knox
#83920
I've used a thin coat of SuperLube grease on these. New ones definitely need some lube!

Gary
Bring A Trailer finds

Not BAT, but cool. https://lbilimited.com/offerin[…]

Time for a tire thread

what is the difference in offset?

Brother in PA called wanting me to diagnose his […]

He goes by Panos I think. I know Pete - great guy.[…]