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Old 07-20-10, 07:57 PM   #1
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Campagnolo Pro-Fit Spring Rebuild

Hey guys, just replacing broken springs in my Campy Pro-Fits. I got everything disassembled and cleaned, and now I'm just curious if my Park grease is viscous enough to use in the reassembly.

I'm also curious how much grease I should use, and the key places to re-grease. Thanks!
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Alright, straight from Eric Norris of "Campy Only":

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Any good grease will do (I use Phil Wood). Put it where parts will move and rub against each other and you'll be fine.

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Very profound advice.

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