Singlespeed & Fixed Gear - super lube?
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does anyone no where i buy this stuff, its a teflon grease in a tube, i use it to repack bearings and its so smooth, heat resistant to 650 deg.
05-04-06, 06:29 PM
I've heard similar things about automotive grease. Try Pep Boys?
i've seen finish line teflon grease.
while i might use that stuff for brake cables and the like, i swear by phil grease for my ball...bearings
i just threw out my phil grease.
05-05-06, 06:41 PM
BMW has a teflon grease for their motorcycle splines...
05-05-06, 06:46 PM
this stuff? (http://precisionreloading.com/superlube.htm)
i like the finish line teflon grease. super thick, lasts a long time in bearings, and it's real easy to tell if it's contaminated because it's whitish/clear. tri-flow makes something that's pretty much the exact same stuff. comes in a tube or a tub.
05-05-06, 06:50 PM
liquid O-ring's PM-600 military spec grease is pretty damn nice too. available here (http://www.oilcenter.com/products_industry.asp).
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