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LeoAtrox wrote:I don't really know the answer, but I can tell you that I wouldn't lubricate the piston or gas plug. I did once; it functioned fine, but it was really tough to get the gas plug out. The carbon and lube mixed and made for a tight fit. Better off leaving those parts dry, I think. The piston is chromed and doesn't have a whole lot of contact area. The gas plug doesn't move. Run it dry, I say. Just take it out to remove excess carbon and that ought to be enough to keep it in service.
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