|Velonews Chain Lube Article||Wheelsuker|
Sep 5, 2002 4:11 AM
Velonews recently had an article about a chain lube that actually impregnated in the chain surface to make it smoother. Anyone know the name of the lube?
|re: Velonews Chain Lube Article||furhawk|
Sep 5, 2002 7:16 AM
|That article was about ProLink Chain Lubricant. It should be available at your bike shop. I've used it for quite a while and really am pleased with the results. Chains stay clean and last longer. Works great on cables also.|
|MUCH THANKS!!! nm||Wheelsuker|
Sep 5, 2002 7:23 AM
|Ahhh the mythical Prolink||pmf1|
Sep 5, 2002 8:26 AM
|Am I the only person who thinks this is not better or worse than any other oil? Personally, I like Finish Line better. Attracts much less dirt.
But what the hell, doesn't cost much to try it.
|You're not alone.||Chen2|
Sep 5, 2002 10:06 AM
|Nothing new about ProLink. Tried it two years ago and didn't like it for a number of reasons including noise.
I like Boeshield T-9 in the dropper bottle. But I don't think there is a "perfect" chain lube, I say try several and use what you like. Some of the "home brew" formulas are probably as good as the bike specific lubes.
|Tried that as well||pmf1|
Sep 5, 2002 12:05 PM
|Three parts mineral spirits, one part motor oil. Worked very well except it attracted dirt readily. Can't beat the price. Its all just oil after all.|| |