I know of some people that use these lubes and I think it's mostly to avoid the service intervals, hehe. But I agree with you on that note.No
Don't put anything on them. Keep up with your service intervals and store your bike on a wall hung by the front wheel. You will never need it
There's more to it than simply keeping the stanchions lubed and cleaned. I'm sure you know this.I'm not sure how keeping the stanchions lubed and clean can be interpreted as a way to avoid service intervals. Flawed logic.
Just servicing the lowers shouldn't be too expensive locally, but it does bring light to a good reason to up your skill set and learning to perform simple maintenance on your bike. Even for an entry level tinkerer, performing service on the lowers can be easily accomplished with a little planning and preparation. Initially, it can seem daunting, but it's not a difficult task.maintain the service intervals which admittedly is expensive if you pay others to do it.
People will use anything to convince themselves they don't need to pay for a service. Which is funny because it's a whole lot cheaper than wearing out your stanchions!I'm not sure how keeping the stanchions lubed and clean can be interpreted as a way to avoid service intervals. Flawed logic.
Only the Sith deal in absolutes.lubing the stanchions doesnt do anything, if you want a smoother fork then the only solution is to do a lower leg service