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Old 02-10-18, 09:26 AM
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What chain lube to use when riding in snowy conditions?

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I use the same lube i would use for wet conditions....
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Originally Posted by mdadams1
What chain lube to use when riding in snowy conditions?

Mike A.
I've used T-9 for many years with no complaints. However, this year I'm testing a new product - Dumonde Tech. My LBS has tested and recommended for sloppy winter riding/commuting as well as gravel grinding. So far, I've liked it a lot, holds up very well in winter conditions.

BTW - Dumond Tech does require starting with a new, deep cleaned chain.
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this stuff. it goes on pretty thick but it works it's way in everywhere
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