K & N Sealing Grease

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good consistency

braden in CO

Comments On Dec 29, 2013:works, doesn't come off as easy as the oil

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Sealing Grease Not Sealed

STEVEN in CO

Comments On Apr 06, 2008:Don't know much about the product itself but the first time I used it, the bottom of the tube blew out and squirted grease all over me and the garage floor. K&N products are usually top of the line but I have issues with this package.

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K & N can't be beat

JOSHUA in OR

Comments On Feb 27, 2008:Pretty much a needed product for a lot of K&N Filters. Works great, does exactly what its supposed too.

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K & N SEALING GREASE

ANTHONY in NY

Comments On Nov 10, 2007:GREAT PRODUCT! I USED IT IN CONJUNCTION WITH MY UNI AIR FILTER. PEFECT CONSISTANCY TO HELP SEAL THE FILTER.

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Great product.

Jason in UT

Comments On Oct 23, 2007:Goes on easy. Not watered down. Great product that I will be sticking with.

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K&N Forever

JAMES in WA

Comments On Oct 22, 2007:I am a big fan of K&N products. I have never had issues with any of them and with this sealing grease have always achieved a tight leak free seal around my filter. Just dont let it get cold...makes it hard to squeeze out of the tube when it gets below 28 degrees outside......

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