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chain lube
#11
"Maestro" Wrote:Possibly the worst lube on the market.

Why? I use that and am pretty happy with it. You will always get a gunky chain with any wet lube because it is...wet.
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#12
I cast a vote for Juice Lubes Chain Juice. I bet as well as a favourite lube we've all got slightly different methods of application too... we are, by definition, a funny lot after all...
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#13
Is wet best on any make on mtbs as its always wet or muddy
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#14
"Ed82" Wrote:Is wet best on any make on mtbs as its always wet or muddy

I Only use wet lube when it get really wet or really muddy. It is great when it's wet keeping everything moving so much smoother, but when the weathers dry it attracts the dust and turns your drive chain in to a grinding machine you can almost hear it wearing bits out when your riding.
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#15
"Skid" Wrote:I Only use wet lube when it get really wet or really muddy. It is great when it's wet keeping everything moving so much smoother, but when the weathers dry it attracts the dust and turns your drive chain in to a grinding machine you can almost hear it wearing bits out when your riding.

I've got finish line dry lube in the garage for the road bike should I use that for the mtb 2 then? Thought with the wet weather coming everyone would use wet. Its so confusing lol
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#16
Anyone use finish line cross country wet lube?
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#17
Yep. Use it all year round. Its fine as llong as u wash ya bike wen its dirty. I cant get along wiv dry lubes. I had to scrape the muc off 1 off my chain wiv a knife haha.
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#18
Just been to my local bike shop near work. In the end they sold me tf2 extreme wet lube. Is that any good? Got it as they said it was really good. But it seems 50/50 on reviews if any good. Anyone else used it?
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#19
I'm putting a bid in for Finishline wet lube. Use it all year round.
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#20
Its one of those questions, as 20 bikers what lube they prefer and you will get 20 different answers.

Dont worry though as my answer is the right one  Smile Smile

Progold prolink extreme lube. wet or dry, summer or winter.
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