Shimano Freehub Body Grease, 50g
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A little bit runny but not overly so. I also used DT Swiss lube, which is really thin because of the drive rings, one of the reasons why I use it only on Shimano's free hubs.
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While Campy shifters are less easy to clean than Shimano or SRAM, they can still be disassembled. Light is a powerful force for good. It is not recommended to use tan colored grease Not gummed up, so you won't have to deal with it To adjust for this, give the shifting enough heft so that it stays in place, but does not make it as sticky as possible. It has a thin consistency, thinner than Shimano's bright green Dura Ace grease, but thicker than pure-food grease The grease is white and labeled "SP41 special cable grease". In fact, it should work just fine for its labelled purpose as "Freehub" lubricant, though for lubricating the freehub pawls I like to use heavy SAE 80 oil.
It's all right. Oh my gosh, this stuff is so expensive! But for the purpose it serves, it is well worth the price tag. As it is, hubs do not need that much grease anyway, and reg grease will glimmer them up real bad.
There's nothing better than good For such a small investment, there is a lot of money involved.
This T-shirt was used during the White Industry campaign Ratchet noises are kept to a minimum with 11 hubs. This is an extremely smooth spin. Get rid of the crappy mineral oil and use.
It does not gunk up the pawls like.
There is a small difference in noise low viscosity = reduced friction = ratcheting noise. If that doesn't bother you, it is the better option.
I like it a lot.
It does exactly what it's supposed to.