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    Super Web Grease

    Does anyone know if Rock and Roll Super Web Grease is OK to use on seatpost, steel to aluminum and/or pedals?
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    NO.

    No Idea but if it is a good grease with no "Funny" stuff in it it will do for the seatpost. As to whether it is suitable for bearings-???????
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    This lube has been formulated primarily for use with ceramic bearings, where its 'stringing' quality causes it to be pulled into the path of the balls, providing the necessary separation of balls and races. I would guess that it would work fine with steel balls as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badamsjr View Post
    I would guess that it would work fine with steel balls as well.
    What about big brass ones - could use it instead of bag balm

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclinfool View Post
    What about big brass ones - could use it instead of bag balm

    If you have brass ones, go for it!

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