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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    Ok, another update. Bob over at Kells just sent me an email and stated that the "tractorbynet" coupon code has been reactivated. So you can use either "tacoma" or "tractorbynet."
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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle107 View Post
    Ok, another update. Bob over at Kells just sent me an email and stated that the "tractorbynet" coupon code has been reactivated. So you can use either "tacoma" or "tractorbynet."
    TSC in Canada has it on sale now
    $10.99/can $4 off!
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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    Anyone ever use FF for prepping ammo cases for reloading? Currently I use a vibrator with a cleaning media in it to scrub the empty brass. I usually add a tablespoon or so of Nufinish auto polish to slightly lube the cases. I'm thinking that FF might be a good substance as the lanolin would provide some lube when running the brass through the reloading press.
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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    Quote Originally Posted by Teikas Dad View Post
    Anyone ever use FF for prepping ammo cases for reloading? Currently I use a vibrator with a cleaning media in it to scrub the empty brass. I usually add a tablespoon or so of Nufinish auto polish to slightly lube the cases. I'm thinking that FF might be a good substance as the lanolin would provide some lube when running the brass through the reloading press.
    Never tried it
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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    Quote Originally Posted by Teikas Dad View Post
    Anyone ever use FF for prepping ammo cases for reloading?
    Interesting idea. I wonder how the economics compare... I use One Shot.

    So try it out and let us know!

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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    Thanks to Bob and Kellsport!

    After reading the beginning of the thread I ordered the assortment kit 1. Later in the thread I saw the TBN coupon code so emailed asking if it was too late to use it since my card had already been charged.

    I HAVE to let the board know that Kellsport more than made up for the discount, WAY more than made up for it. I'm very pleased and a customer for life.

    Thanks again Bob! Everything I own is now coated and lubed,
    LS XR 3037HC, LB 2103 BH, Fred Cain 5' rotary cutter, Woods 5' tiller, United Imp 5' box blade, 24" subsoiler, 24" middle buster, 18+2 14,000lb G.P.I. trailer, 89 Chevy 1 ton 454 auto flatbed rust bucket.

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