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 Post subject: Lube...
 Post Posted: Thu Nov 20, 2008 7:27 pm 
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Boeshield T-9 is my current favorite. I've tried tons of lube- White Lighting dry lube, Pedros (wet and dry) etc. etc. But the Boeshield continues to impress. Not only does it lubricate, but my chains are actually clean- like shiny, silver clean. I think the best thing about it is that it doesn't gunk up the chain and cogs like some of the other stuff I've tried.

What are you guys and gals using ,and what do ya think?

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Where do you get the chit?

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i've used it for years in keeping rust off my tools, and saw it this year in BA when i joined their team.

its my favorite, works well in muddy conditions, even better in dry. its not the cheapest, but it works great and it goes a long way!

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I agree the Boeshield T9 works very well, Mary and I have been using it for years.

Although in very dry dusty conditions (think Moab) I prefer icewax which doesn't collect grit as much.

when we run out of these we revert back to the old standard of a 50/50 mixture of dirt and water.


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I just started using white lightning clean ride. its working good so far! .I used it on the epic with no problem. i was worn out befor it was.wayne


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mtb2die wrote:
I agree the Boeshield T9 works very well, Mary and I have been using it for years.


On your bikes?

I've been using ProLink, it's good but does attract dirt, but not as much if you wipe the excess lube off like they say to!


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