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which grease do i use to re-pack my rear hub?

Old 08-19-09, 05:34 PM
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which grease do i use to re-pack my rear hub?

i have and tube of each park tool poly lube 1000 and pedros syn grease. can i use either one to repack my rear hub?
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Old 08-19-09, 05:39 PM
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Synthetic grease would be my choice since it's 10,000 times better than any non synthetic grease. This coming from a synthetic lubricant dealer with tons of knowledge but what would I know???? LOL
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You could use either on-hand, or (if you can still find it, lol) Slick 50 One grease. Never used anything better. Same consistency as the Park, looks identical, seems to work about 5% better IMO.
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Campy or Phil wood grease.
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