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Old February 12th, 2014, 11:20 AM
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Wurth HHS-2000 (HHS-K)

My aerosol can of many years needs to be replaced. Surprised that it is not readily available for sale, but did find a can available at Bavarian Motor Sports. What is phasing out this product? Our Fed Regs or is there a better product on the market these days?
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Old February 17th, 2014, 07:13 PM
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We stopped using Wurth products a year or so ago at the dealership. I think most of their products are okay, but HHS is the dogs bollocks. I haven't found a good substitute. Currently we use Kent Pene-lube. It's an adhesive lubricant, but isn't as good as HHS.
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what do you use it for?
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what do you use it for?
Lubricating everything. The thing I use(d) it for a lot is lubricating door mirrors on 2010+ Land Rover that automatically fold on shut down. They all creak and chatter when they open and close, and HHS works the best to cure that. I also use it for lubricating door check straps as part of services every 15k miles. It's a really good product. It sprays like a normal oil, but congeals slightly. It doesn't become grease, but it also doesn't drip like a penetrant oil would.
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Old February 17th, 2014, 08:18 PM
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IS HHS K the replacement product?

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i see, i wont put 15k on a truck in 10 years. ive lubed everything that moves (body) with ballistol. it has done everything it says it would do. my door locks/tumblers are so smooth, it doesnt appear to attract that much dirt ive tried lots of things over the years the ballistol does a good job i will try some of the wurth spray
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Old February 17th, 2014, 10:52 PM
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Yes, it used to be called HHS 2000 IIRC.
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