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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-05-2013, 03:12 PM Thread Starter
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Profi dry Lube chain lubrication

Ok so for years I've been using various brands of 'Chain wax/lubrication'.....and for the past few years.. Castrol chain wax.
However there is/was always a little 'fling' resulting in a dirty splatter around the swing arm.., wheel rim.., etc. I didn't like that.

Lately I've been giving 'Profi Dry Lube' a try and found it to be excellent!.(unique in that it does not contain any grease to attract dirt etc)..albeit it's a little more expensive.
But I'm very pleased with the results and if like me you like things 'clean'..as well as lubricated., I've no hesitation in recommending it. It's top class stuff!
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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dry-chain-lu.../dp/B00C2U1WKS
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That sounds really interesting!! Thx Brian!

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If you dont want fling then try Wurth dry wax chainlube, it really doesnt come off.


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Thumbs up for Profit dry lube, been using it for years. Not cheap but very very good.
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Yeah.., it is quite expensive (£15 !) but I think well worth it...comes out totally clear and no mess!. The only local place I can get it though is 'Hein Gericke' in Belfast.
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Just switched over to Bel-Ray Super Clean and I'm pretty impressed so far. Over 250 miles last weekend and no sling.
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