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NYCO GREASE GN 3058

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Overview

NYCO GREASE GN 3058 The high-temperature range grease for longer wheel bearing life, is a white lithium complex thickened synthetic grease designed to operate in salty and humid environment in a very wide temperature range going from -54C to +175C.

Applications

  • Wheels
  • Landing gears
  • Heavy loaded systems

Approvals

  • SAE AMS 3058
  • AIRBUS AIMS-09-06-003
  • Airbus CML ref. 03GCC1

Benefits

  • High load carrying capabilities,
  • Outstanding resistance to water washout and to high temperatures,
  • Very good protection against corrosion even in the presence of salt water.
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Reviews

quickly filled the order when out of stock. cant say about pricing it is a new grease to us.

Central A Verified Purchase

NYCO GN 3058 GREASE - 400G CARTRIDGE

August 6, 2021

Pulled the spinner for the first time and... what? Apparently Hartzell has changed the grease they use at the factory. Thanks ACS for having it in stock at a reasonable price.

Doug D Verified Purchase

NYCO GN 3058 GREASE - 400G CARTRIDGE

June 23, 2021

Havent used the grease tube yet but this is the NEW grease Hartzel used in my recent prop service/reseal, the shop gave me some from their 5 gallon bucket as a sample and it seems way more stable than the previous Aeroshell 5 or 6. Glad Spruce is selling it so I can service my prop with a grease gun.

Bob M
April 22, 2021

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