Tri-Flow Superior Dry Lubricant

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  • rsb201
    *****

    I use this lube for assembling purposes . A few drops on the threads of crank bolts, headsets, shifter mounting bolts, you name it. Great lubricant

    Pros
    Long lasting

    Cons
    None

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  • tyler2728
    *****

    Pros
    Best lube I've used. Use it in the high desert area and lasts a very long time.

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  • JacksPerson
    *****

    I ride almost year round in southern NH which has been nothing but wet, soggy, and inclement the last few season. This lube tends to last longer after such rides. Other lubes I have used tend to wash away very easily in these conditions and leaving to have to re-apply every ride.

    Pros
    - This lube lasts longer than a lot of other product I have used.
    - It is easy to find and any local shop
    - The straw is very nice for aiming into those tight spots that you don't feel like dissembling things to get to.

    Cons
    - It is a little less easy to clean that other products.

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  • jbelmont
    *****

    Great all purpose chain lube.

    Pros
    My favorite lube. It works and smells great.

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  • Greg Heil   ✓ supporter
    *****

    Yes, this stuff smells great: like orange. I love it, haha!

    In all seriousness though, this is a great performing lubricant for a very reasonable price. I especially liked the applicator tube: it was perfect for pin-point lubrication on derailleurs.

    I highly recommend this lube.

    Pros
    The applicator straw, and the smell (as odd as that sounds). Very affordable as well

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  • Asfyxiate
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    This stuff is pretty good. It's available in a drip bottle like this, spray on, and a tiny "to-go" type to take with you on the trails. The formula also incorporates Teflon. You can use this lube on any "moving part" on your MTB. The most notable places I've used them, would be the pivot points on your shifters and brakes, as well as the derailleurs.

    I don't actually use this on my chain, so I can say how well it works with that.

    Pros
    Oil based lube. P.T.F.E. The convenient straw.

    Cons
    None.

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