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AIM Applications:

(not an exclusive list by any means)

  • Auto-Marine Shops
  • Machine Shops
  • Mechanic Shops
  • Weapons
  • Gun Ranges
  • Farm Equipment
  • Lawn & Garden Equipment
  • Commercial Mowers
  • Light Industry
  • Hand Tools
  • Power Tools
  • Assembly Lines
  • Bottling Machinery
  • Roller Bearings
  • Large Bay Doors
  • Heavy Duty Equipment
  • Anti-Corrosion
  • Penetrating Oil
  • Rust Prevention & Removal
  • Works great in water
  • And many, many more...

 

We asked several of our automotive shop mechanic customers to tell us what jobs they have used AIM on where they found it worked better than any other product before it. Here is the non-exclusive list of AIM lubricant applications:

  • Exhaust manifold bolts, oxygen sensor removal.
  • Catalytic converter bolts (heat red hot and spray on) or spray and go to lunch and then remove.
  • Significantly better than Tap Magic for threading, tapping and drilling on steel, brass, bronze and aluminum. AIM really reduces galling and provides a much smoother finished thread.
  • Door hinge pins, door catch assemblies, hood latch mechanisms, trunk hinges, inside heater blend doors and vent cables and lug nut studs.
  • Apply to cylinder head bolt threads for accurate, smooth, and precise torque specs.
  • Works great on ignition cylinders and door lock cylinders,
  • Battery terminal bolts that are corroded and potentially break.
  • Spray on jacks that have been in trunks and have been exposed to moisture.
  • Power window channels where windows operate slowly (apply very sparingly)
  • Inside door panels where automatic power door locks are sticky or slow to operate.
  • Squeaky strut bushings, sway bar bushings that creak or squeak.
  • Rusty and corroded tie rod/ball joint nuts.
  • Apply small amount on light bulb housing to prevent moisture and rust from accumulating.
  • Spray on spare tire hangers under trucks where dirt and water damage are very likely.
  • Trailer hitch receivers.
  • Older cars where speedometer cables are used to prevent speedometer jumping and cable sound in dash cluster.
  • Shifting mechanisms on manual transmission vehicles.
  • Spray on u-joints for rear drive vehicles to prevent moisture and rust from building up.
  • Battery hold down bolts where corrosion is always present and bolts break often.
  • Glove box latches that become sticky or hard to close or open.
  • Emergency brake release cables on foot activated pedals that stick.
  • Emergency brake mechanisms on hand applied systems where things are usually spilled or dust accumulates frequently and makes releases stick or hard to operate.
  • Power seat slides or manual seat slides that become hard to operate as vehicles age.
  • Gas door release cables and hinges.
  • Pickup truck tailgate hinges and release handle assemblies.
  • Great for cleaning/degreasing parts. Liquefies grease making it easy to wipe off.
  • Air tool oil. Haven't found a mechanic yet that doesn't love AIM for their air tools.
  • Best bearing and chain lube.
  • Clean, lubricate and protect your tools.
  • Floor jack wheels and hinges, bay door roller wheels.
  • Plus as an added bonus, as a mechanic, apply to your tool box slides and roller bearings and you won't believe how "like new" your tool box feels once again.