Dumonde Tech Freehub Grease is designed for freehubs requiring lightweight grease rather than oil. These hubs tend to be more intricate than standard pawl hubs, which are simpler and have fewer parts. Dumonde's Freehub Grease is endorsed by DT Swiss, and used exclusively by Industry Nine. Heavier greases can cause freehub mechanisms to stick, which makes Freehub Grease a better choice for these applications.Freehub Grease performs in a broad temperature range, from the heat of summer, to frigid winter temperatures. Its flow point is -30 degrees. When applying to the freehub, follow the manufacturer's specification for the required volume. Dumonde Tech Freehub Grease comes in a 1oz tub.
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I recently got a new bike (Tallboy), and when I removed the cassette I found that the freehub body was coated with grease. Is it common to grease the freehub body before installing the cassette? I've been using cassette hubs for a couple of decades now and have never greased the outside of the fre ... Read More »
Hadley recommends using Triflow on the needle bearing and needle bearing sleeve as well as the pawls. But what about the inner freehub bearing? What should I use in there?
I just recieved my new enduro bearings so I'm ready to rebuild this hub. I'd rather not have to buy some 'special' mail-orde ... Read More »
I was doing some maintenance to a powertap freehub body and a regular (no power) body from a sun ringle wheelset. Well, I see that using just some quality motor oil for the sun ringle wheelset could do the trick, but I want to know if I can use this same procedure for the powertap unit o ... Read More »
My recently purchased (new) Bontrager Pro Rhythms have had horrible engagement. Figured they'd loosen up, but no improvement over the last couple of weeks with constant clunking and unpredictable engagement.
So pulled off the end cap, and found the freehub ratchet mechanism packed with a gooey gr ... Read More »