Bicycle Mechanics - Stuff for inside a steel frame?
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09-27-12, 07:46 PM
What is this product called? It is to prevent rust.
the bike specific is J.P. Weigle framesaver. But there are a number of commercial products that will do the job, from aerosol Boeshield, to LPS-1, to a variety of brands of oily waxes for rust prevention.
09-27-12, 08:42 PM
Another one is from the new "WD-40 Bike" lineup, they're offering a frame protector product.
edit: my mistake, the WD-40 Bike product that's a frame protector isn't a rust preventative for inside steel tubing. It's a product to protect the frame's exterior finish. My bad. The WD-40 Bike products are brand new, I've just recently been reading about them.
09-27-12, 09:07 PM
I use t-9
09-28-12, 02:46 AM
Nuther T-9 user here.
I've also used Weigle Framesaver and linseed oil in a pinch.
09-28-12, 09:06 AM
I like Fluidfilm.
09-28-12, 09:18 AM
Amsoil MP-HD (or HD-MP it stands for Heavy Duty Metal Protector) is available At most NAPA auto parts store and is IDENTICAL to JP Weigels Frame Saver at less cost. I'm certain Amsoil private labels for Weigel.
09-28-12, 09:33 AM
I use the Weigel stuff. I'm assuming it worked.
09-29-12, 12:35 AM
I use DuPont Multi-Use Dry Teflon Wax Lube in the aerosol bottle.
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