|Thoughts on Boeshield T-9||t0adman|
Aug 12, 2003 11:54 AM
|I've heard it's great for protecting steel frame bikes. One guy told me to spray it inside my BB and headtube. Anyone had experience with it?
|Just got the chain lube||lotterypick|
Aug 12, 2003 12:20 PM
|Hope it works. I hope others have experience and thoughts too..|
|re: Thoughts on Boeshield T-9||Gianni|
Aug 12, 2003 12:31 PM
|I've used T-9 for various uses for a few years with very few complaints. It doesn't wash off in the rain, doesn't get very dirty, won't damage anything, and lasts a LONG time. My only complaints are that it is nearly impossible to degrease it off your chain and you must let it dry to work right.
Its properties (severe protection and longevity) and the fact that it is used in other industries for more rigorous duties make me think that it would be superb internal frame protection.
I've used Frame Saver before and didn't particularly like it. It took a long time to solidify (it ran out the drain holes for months) and smelled like crayons. Give Boesheild a try.
|re: Thoughts on Boeshield T-9||gtx|
Aug 12, 2003 1:15 PM
|it's what I've been using for rust prevention on my bikes for years. Easy to spray in, no mess, works great (I live in the Pacific Northwest and ride in the rain a lot)|
|I use the chain lube||Nigeyy|
Aug 12, 2003 2:16 PM
|Personally, I prefer it to all the others I've tried so far (too many to list). It seems to lubricate well, not attract dirt and is long lasting. I live in the NE area, so it does get wet now and again -couldn't deal with the waxes at all.
My .02 cents.
|re: Thoughts on Boeshield T-9||JS Haiku Shop|
Aug 13, 2003 5:57 AM
|I have t9 on my chains and framesaver inside the tubes. no problems.|| |