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Motor lubricant for Tomy engines?
#1
Hi all,

I was curious to know what motor lubricant/grease to use for your tomy trains? I was looking to clean up some of the motor compartments in my trains. Any suggestions?

Cheers!
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I haven't bought this but it looks like the way to go: ebay link
I collect mostly HiT and other brands from 1992-2014
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Any plastic safe lubricant should be just fine
The magic of the GWR
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I use two different types of Lubricant. First is the 'RCLube-XP' which is a white lithium grease for plastic gears in the remote controlled word. I use this to put a thin layer on the gears of our trains. Works great and is not messy. For the shafts that are within the motors themselves I use this 'Pin Point Lubricator' which I find great because with the syringe type needle you can get a very tiny drop of lubricant into a small space.

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