As I understand it, that is a different formula. Hence the slightly different name. It is not a wax and is rather runny from what I hear. I haven't used it personally. I believe Webbike dropped it from their evaluations too.Someone said you can still get that at Wal-Mart. It was relabeled. It's more expensive.
DuPont Teflon Multi-Use Lubricant, 11 oz
As I understand it, that is a different formula. Hence the slightly different name. It is not a wax and is rather runny from what I hear. I haven't used it personally. I believe Webbike dropped it from their evaluations too.
I'm not familiar with the Oui, but most bike lubrication points typically call for grease. For the bikes and cars I use a spray lithium grease. Kind of like a lot of chain lubes (see? keeping it on topic...:wink2 it has a solvent that lets it flow into tight spaces and then evaporates leaving the grease. Keeps you from having to take things apart to grease them. Can be messy so I spray carefully and use paper towels to protect nearby areas.But after my first bike wash of my Oui next week. What should I use to lube all other parts on my bikes' kickstands', bolts, etc? Again, sorry for the derail. I'll do a search now, I know shoulda done that first.
But I will prolly find all kinds of suggestions for that stuff too I imagine. :nerd: Peace y'all, e.
Definitely old school there!80w90 gear oil
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Ha, you got me on that one. I'm usually a little quicker...just had a brain phart.Oui, just a play on words: Oui=Wee=1st Gen, V Strom-DL650. Mine's 2011 yr model.
And to stay on-topic. Glad to see there are so many options for chain lubes/cleaners available. Will have to try some of the others on this surveys' list down the road. But keeping with the Maxima 3 pack for starters.