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What is the difference between the extreme, absolute, and gold lubes? Ive tried to research, but what is better for certain specific conditions? They all look good to me, any happy users? Thanks
 

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http://www.rocklube.com/chainlubes.html
Well, their site really clears things up doesn't it :eek:ut:

Extreme = Wet and muddy condition lube, wanna ride in the rain then use this
Gold = Mixed conditions, mostly dry but will work with some mud puddles and water
Dry = Better be dry where you are riding or it will wash/wear off quick

I have been on the Gold lube for about a month and a half. It is the best lube I have ever used. It works well, stays on for a long time, and keeps the chain and drivetrain clean. Added bonus it applies like a regular wet lube, so it is very easy to use. I should have started using this stuff years ago.
 

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AL29er said:
http://www.rocklube.com/chainlubes.html
Well, their site really clears things up doesn't it :eek:ut:

Extreme = Wet and muddy condition lube, wanna ride in the rain then use this
Gold = Mixed conditions, mostly dry but will work with some mud puddles and water
Dry = Better be dry where you are riding or it will wash/wear off quick

I have been on the Gold lube for about a month and a half. It is the best lube I have ever used. It works well, stays on for a long time, and keeps the chain and drivetrain clean. Added bonus it applies like a regular wet lube, so it is very easy to use. I should have started using this stuff years ago.
what he says except i also have a bottle of blue for those inevitably nasty days
 
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