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Old 07-10-2013, 11:55 PM
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Originally Posted by deminimis View Post
My '04 steering was stiff a few years back and I used blue marine grease. Worked(s) great. In fact, it works so well, I now use it on our race bikes and just about everything else.


"For boat trailer wheel bearings. A blue tacky, aluminum complex grease using a highly refined base oil formulated with a polymer to provide adhesive, non-blend and water wash-out characteristics. Will resist water under the most severe water conditions."

The synthetic greases like Mobil One and Royal Purple have better characteristics than marine grease. The base grease stock prevents wash out better. - All have aluminum complex additives... I prefer the synthetic base stock because it handles heat better as well. IMO
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