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What grease do you use for the brake calliper slider pins..

remember there are two applications one steel to steel and the other steel to rubber boot..

will be interesting to see...

will explain whats the difference at the end of the post.. :thumb:
 

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bettyswollocks said:
Guess i`m in the lead.:lol:
wrong answer !!! lol... :D
 

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where is everyone ??
 
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I use the proper moly lube on guide pins.

The copper particles are abrasive in copper grease, hence are not supposed to be used on moving parts, and any other type of grease is liable to rot the rubber boots.
 

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hmm.. can see the two winners straight away... wait till the poll ends.. and the results will be revealed !! :D
 

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right guys, it was good to engage everyone and start the thinking process.. (although only five members voted)

However, the point was to educate folk using the poll..

The answer is

Copper grease for non moving parts (Chopper is right, Copper grease is abrasive and would cause friction when applied to the pin with rubber boot)

Silicone Based Synthetic Grease for Slider Pins is recommended..

no sticking sliding pins !! effective breaking system.. :thumb:
 

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chopper1192 said:
What about Bryl Creem?
lol.. nae good.. it'll burn off straight away.. :D
 

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bettyswollocks said:
Never liked this game anyway :noshare:


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lol.. think it was a good idea.. its quite educating for users on the forum.. but a wee disappointed.. like discussed in other posts.. people come and go and dont proactively contribute apart of a few of us..
 
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