wet lube vs dry lube.........
not trying to start a jihad here but i've been a wet lube guy for all my years cycling. i used triflow for many years but in the past couple of years went to boeshield T-9.
i finally got the bright idea to try a dry lube so i bought a bottle of white lightning.
i figured WL could cut down on drivetrain maintenance, which i like to do less and less the older i get.
anyhow, WL works pretty well but it seems i get a bit better shifting with wet lube.
don't get me wrong, the difference is slight but it does seem that boeshield shifts a little better.
i plan to use the WL for at least a couple of months because it is a good lube and my drivetrain is just as quiet as with boeshield. if WL works out for me it'll be my summer lube.