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So I own a set of Deemax and Im wondering if I should lube the internal of the rear hub OR should I leave it dry with a nice clicking sound;)

It seems to catch a lot of crap when I lube it..,
Let me know what you guys think:thumbsup:
 

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OK, what's a rear hub "OR"? Are you talking about the ratchet/pawl system in the cassette body or what? Mavic hubs require that ratchet system to be lubed with mineral oil at least once a year...and easy job...or you get a gaggle of honking geese chasing you...those who've heard it know what I mean. Using anything heavier than mineral oil seems to gum up the ratchet.

On personal lubing, we just use the generic "Equate" brand from WalMart and save our money for bike stuff.:D
 
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