I just ran out of the Napa Sil-Glyde that I have been using for caliper pins. I have some Autozone "AGS Sil-Glyde" Anyone know if both are the same or should I just run back to get some trusty Napa Sil-Glyde?
FYI: The reason for asking is because I had issues with using other brands of Caliper Grease.
TL/DR: Was cutting off a bolt with angle grinder and I cut maybe a mm into my sway bar, is this cause for concern?
外围体育投注My coil spring on my driver's side broke last week and as I was going to remove it I ended up needing to cut apart my sway bar end link because it was so rusted on and completely stripped through. While I was cutting off the bolt that connects the end link to the sway bar I accidentally cut into the sway bar itself a bit, leaving a 1mm or so cut at a slight angle into the bar.
This part of the bar happened to be in quite good shape (no rusting, etc.) but further up the bar there's some rust and I suspect that will be the eventual failure point, but I'm not sure how much damage I've done and if it's cause for concern at all. Is it common for a sway bar to completely snap? If so, will the slight cut I made likely cause it to fail soon at that point? or should I just leave it and worry about it if/when it happens?
I realize I should have been more careful, but unfortunately it happened, and now I'm left wondering whether to worry or not.
If it makes any difference it's a 2008 Suzuki Grand Vitara, 4WD, 2.7L V6