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Old 10-23-2019, 10:19 AM
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Me personally on my Ulterra I would not use anything silicone base as silicone dries out rubber and that is what the belt is made of. In the summer I use just a good wax in the winter I us Corrosion-X and a very light wipe down, it is water proof as it can be used to water proof electronics.
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Old 10-23-2019, 01:04 PM
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"Dirt or other contaminants may be built up on the composite shaft causing the shaft to stick or bind rather than slide smoothly through the steering housing. To correct this, thoroughly clean and wipe down the shaft with a silicone-rich, water-based spray such as Armor All or similar product."

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https://www.minnkotamotors.com/sites...ting-guide.pdf

"The composite shaft requires periodic cleaning and lubrication for proper retraction and deployment. A coating of an aqueous based
silicone spray will improve operation."

"CAUSE: Dirt or other contaminants may be built up on the
composite shaft causing the shaft to stick or bind rather than
slide smoothly through the steering housing. CORRECTIVE ACTION:
Thoroughly clean and wipe down the shaft with a silicone-rich,
water-based spray such as Armor All or similar product."

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https://minnkotamotors.johnsonoutdoo...erra-BT-EN.pdf
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