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Unread 08-04-2005, 04:39 AM   #1
scott anthony
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This post is carried over from a topic that got burried.
Hey Chris If you get this,or anyone for that matter, I talked to the group where I bought my Rubi and they had no Idea what a maintanance kit was, I'm not supprised. They say they only order once every few months so that leads me to another way to get this product. Chris is there a subsitute for this lubricant? And what is the best way to clean out the old gunk. It's only about 2 months old and only srayed it 3 or 4 times. I would think a 350.00 cutter would come with a kit. Don't get me wrong I do love the accuracy, adjustabilty and the way cuts tough porcelain once I get the arm dislodged from the inside of it's box and assembled. This cutter is growing on me, at 'sfirst I swore it was waste of money, but it's earning it's keep.
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Unread 08-22-2005, 03:19 AM   #2
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Maintenace Kit

Hi Scott,

If you want to buy the maintenance kit you can do it directly from Rubitools at 1 866 872 7824 or they will tell you the nearest place were to buy it.

Nevertheless rubi cutters use an unique autolubricant ring which doesn't need lubricant to run. The best way to clean the bars is with a dry cloth and some oil to take the dirt out of the bars, but dry the bars before using it.

I hope this tips is of use to you.

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Unread 08-22-2005, 08:54 AM   #3
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I sent you a message as to where to call for dealer, it was the same number Manel gave to you. They can help you out.

Manel, nice to see you here.

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