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Motorex Bike Grease Lube

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $80.00


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As bicycle components continue to evolve, you need a grease that can meet the needs of high performance components. Motorex Bike Grease 2000 is a fluorescent yellow, calcium-based grease engineered to provide remarkable and durable lubricating properties. You wouldn't put low-end gasoline in a Maserati, so save the Pep Boys tube of grease for your Nissan.Highly water-repellent and extremely pressure-resistant, Motorex Bike Grease 2000 provides enhanced resistance to oxidation and aging. It also poses no threat to the elastomers and seals frequently found in mountain bike suspension systems while preventing internal corrosion.When it comes to greasing your bike, here's a good rule of thumb: every time you loosen something with threads, clean it, grease it, and tighten it to torque. Pedals and quick release skewers are good places to start, then stem and handlebar bolts, and finally, your crankset and bottom bracket. Regular greasing and proper torque settings will protect your bike and its components against undue wear while fending-off the dreaded creaks and pops we all hate to hear.Motorex Bike Grease 2000 is ideal for lubricating bearings, hubs, pivots, and headsets. It comes in a 100g tube or an 850g tub. Please Note: Per UPS regulations, ORM-D items such as this must ship via surface transport: UPS Ground or UPS Standard (Canada). We are unable to ship ORM-D items Internationally, or to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by The Bike Guy a Cross Country Rider from Calgary, Alberta

Date Reviewed: January 27, 2009

Strengths:    Good consistency and cohesion

Weaknesses:    A bit hard to find.

Bottom Line:   
Great grease that sticks well without the mozzarella effect that Bullshot had. Easy to use tube with a small enough end so you can squeeze grease directly into hub, BB or headset bearing races.
You can easily feel the difference this grease has over others. Definitely improves the feel of bearing sets that are a bit worn already.
This stuff is just like that blob of grease found in new Shimano rear der's......Hmmm

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Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $12.00

Purchased At:   oxygen-outdoor

Similar Products Used:   Phil Woods, Pedros, Park, Bullshot, Finish Line, Etc.

Bike Setup:   Too many bikes - Road, XC, DH, AM ....

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someone Link me to a good bike grease

As i start to work on my bike with my new stand, i'll need some grease! What do u guys suggest and please provide a link. How fast do u guys go by your tubs of grease and how much and where do u use it on a bike? as far as i know, every screw in the bike need some grease, where else? have c ... Read More »

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