|3 Strut Kit - Medium Twins (12 Oz.)||06-13500|
Landing gear strut packing seals shrink due to fluctuating weather conditions and age. This specially engineered hydraulic chemical additive leaves a protective coating on the strut shaft and allows the seal to expand to its normal size. It will stop strut leaks and is an excellent lubricant and corrosion preventative. Application is fast and easy - any owner or pilot can do the job in minutes. FAA approved. Manufacturer has no stated shelf life.
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Seal worked perfectly and save me $2500.00 on a new nose wheel strut for my Cirrus SR22T.
Purchased Granville Strut Seal and some 5606H. Used this with the Bogert Strut Filler Tool. Outstanding results! Easy peasy. Clean and efficient!
This stuff is UNBELIEVABLE!!! I had a completely flat front strut that wouldnt hold air whatsoever. The existing fluid level was at about 75% full but the strut cylinder was wet from obvious fluid leaking. My mechanic told me about this stuff (expensive as it may be) and I decided to give it a shot. Everyone else said I need to rebuild the strut with new rings so I ordered a rebuild kit too. We inserted the Granville to see if it would work and it is absolutely a miracle cure. One week later and about 8 crosswind take off and landings its still holding strong. $50 bucks for 4oz but it saved me about $300 in strut rebuild labor.
We keep it in stock at our maintenance hangar. Every strut re-seal we use it. Have never had a comeback with a strut issue.
Im skeptical about snake oil products and ordered the strut rebuild kit at the same time to have on hand. Bottom line is I have a strut rebuild kit for sale if anyone is interested?!
Has always worked well...have used it for years.
Must have!! Solved strut problems! Buy it now!Stops air and fluid leaks!
I was dubious about this product when I first bought it. To me, it seems a bit like snake oil a magic elixir providing an easy fix. However, I thought it worth the gamble compared to the labor and cost involved in disassembling the strut. That was six months ago and the strut hasnt leaked since, so Im now buying a second bottle to keep on hand for when one of the other struts start to show a problem.
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The additive is in each kit. The additive is available in a pint size only, if the user already has the applicator in the kit.
No, this is not considered hazardous material.
You shouldn't need this on a freshly rebuilt strut, only if you are having slight leaking issues.
It gets mixed in with the 5606 when you service the strut, you would only need the tools required to perform the strut service.
Per the manufacturer, no it has not been tested with 782.