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  • Shiftworks
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    Use it mostly for road bikes, and under the BB where the cables run through the guide

    Pros
    Works well for road bikes, or mtn bikes in humid climates

    Cons
    not good for mtn bike chains in dry climates

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  • Gawin
    ***

    Seems the formula may have changed as it attracts dust more than it used to or I got a bad batch. But keeps drivetrain quite

    Pros
    Price
    Application

    Cons
    Attracts dust more than it used to

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  • talt01
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    So far the best lube I have used. Works in all conditions, and my chain has never stayed "cleaner"

    Pros
    Works in All conditions

    Cons
    none so far

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  • rickbr11
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    I used this lube twice before switching to a different product. It was ok for Florida ridding but I just found it to be ok.

    Pros
    Easy to apply
    Repels dry sand fairly well

    Cons
    Doesn't last

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  • triton189
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    This would get a higher rating if they would change the cap, it SUCKS! I have broken 2 of them and they are difficult to open when they do work.

    Pros
    Works well

    Cons
    Twist off cap SUCKS!

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  • Spanky
    ****

    This seems to be the best lube I've found. It requires you to re lube every couple rides, but what lube doesn't.

    Pros
    Lubes well

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  • ryno131
    **

    I used this product for a while and I was constantly needing to reapply every ten to twenty miles.

    Cons
    Doesn't last long.

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  • pacmanfan
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    This keeps my chain a lot cleaner than a wet lube, but only lasts about 15-20 miles on dusty gravel rides. Doesn't hold up to water, at all. My chain gets noisy immediately after hitting tiny water puddles, or slab crossings with a fraction of an inch of water on them. Good for dry conditions, though.

    Pros
    Doesn't attract grit like a wet lube does
    Lasts well in a clean environment

    Cons
    Very sensitive to water

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  • herlsy
    ****

    This was one of the first chain lubes i used. It's decent in dry conditions but doesn't seem to stay on the chain too long. Will thicken in the bottle if left for a long time and clog the nozzle.

    Pros
    Good in dry conditions. Easy to apply.

    Cons
    Seem to have to apply too often.

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  • Syd Patricio
    **

    I can't really recommend this product as some of the possible side effects are not worth the risk. I have had 2 chainguides ruined because of dry lubes like this.

    Pros
    Keeps chain clean in dry and dusty environments

    Cons
    Will....Not can..Will damage most chainguides and some plastic jockey wheels.

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  • dozzerboy
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    Teflon or wax based lubes are the way to go. The repel dirt and water form the drivetrain, but do so at a cost of needing to be reapplied sooner than wet lubes. Also, don't buy the aerosol version of this lube. It goes everywhere, brakes, rotors, and the floor...

    Pros
    Decent dry lube
    repels dirt
    teflon based

    Cons
    Doesn't stay very long

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  • stumpyfsr   ✓ supporter
    *****

    After trying many other lubes finally I found one that I use on all my bikes. Other reviews are true about applying a while before ride to let it dry. And then I usually reapply after 70-100 miles of dry riding. If things are muddy, then 25-50 before its gone.
    Didn't find any better lube yet and will recommend it to anyone

    Pros
    Dry, long lasting, could be applied to pivots and other moving parts, don't collect dust

    Cons
    None

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  • JacksPerson
    ***

    Pros
    - Easy to find at any shop.
    - Lubricates very well, making parts slide together smoothy and quietly.
    - Easy to use as excess is wiped away easily.

    Cons
    It is not very long lasting. I find that after a ride in any wet conditions, which is the constant norm in New England, I need to reapply. I have had better luck with longevity from other products.

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  • blundar
    *****

    Apply the day before and allow it to thoroughly dry before hopping on the trails. Other than this, this is an excellent lube.

    Pros
    This is the good stuff. A must have for every mountain bike rider. Good price.

    Cons
    Don't apply it on the trail and ride right away with it, or it will pick up dirt/dust.

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  • BaneGoorb   ✓ supporter
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    Wipe the chain down with a rag and apply new lube the night before each ride, this allows the lube to dry before hitting the trail. If you apply Finish Line Dry and ride immediately it will pick up dirt.

    Pros
    Doesn't pick up dirt, chain stays clean.
    Easy to apply.

    Cons
    Drivetrain starts to get noisy after 7 - 10 miles of hard riding.
    After a number of rides the chain starts to gunk up and a proper cleaning with degreaser will be required.

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  • jeff44
    *****

    great lube

    Pros
    great in the dry weather

    Cons
    buy the small bottle drip on

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  • Znc
    *****

    It's teflon. What can I say?

    Get the little squeeze bottle to lube the chain. Get the can for all the pivot points that you can't get to with gravity.

    Pros
    Easy to apply

    Will not attract grime

    Use it on most pivot points

    great for dry conditions

    Cons
    None

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  • Forcfan
    *****

    Great lube repels dirt and dust just apply the night before you
    ride and it works >perfect

    Pros
    super smooth, easy to apply

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  • DB4LYall
    ***

    Pros
    Good product if you ride cement trails or really hard packed or rock trails.

    Cons
    Grit build up and sand sticks to chain/drive train

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