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Pedros Go Lube

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MSRP : $5.99

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Product Description

Pedros super clean lube for clean riding conditions.The canola based, low viscosity lube is biodegradable and penetrated well intoThe chainTo provide mess-free lubrication.

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Michaelk a Weekend Warrior from Vancouver, BC, Canada

Date Reviewed: December 5, 2010

Strengths:    Doesn't have any harsh chemical smell.

Bottom Line:   
I tried this product out and so far I am happy with it. It is biodegradable so if you are environmentally conscious you might want to give it a try. I flip my bike over and turn the pedal while squeezing the oil onto the chain. Once I have gone around several times and feel I have got a good deal of oil on most of the links I take a wash cloth. I can pick them up here for about $2 for 10. I use a terry wash cloth and again turn the crank while I wipe all excess from the chain. What I really want is a dry chain except for oil that has got right in the links. After I use it my drivetrain is whisper quiet and shifts like new. I do this a few times a year or more if it is really wet out.

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Favorite Trail:   around Vancouver

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $5.00

Purchased At:   MEC

Bike Setup:   2009 Brodie Dynamo

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