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    Default Lubrication solution for bike parts

    I came across some threads regarding general maintenance of the motorbike, specifically lubricating parts such as cables and chain.

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    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...ke-maintenance

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...1626-chain-wax

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...hain-lubricant

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...hain-lubricant

    Some of the lubrication products are in the 2000-3000 range which is quite expensive for a few hundred ML's of Lube. I have attached pictures of an interesting grease i found today. Second picture jo can ki backside ki picture hai usme 'RECOMMENDED USES' ki heading ke under likha hai, '' Motor pivot points- Bearings- Winches- Latches- Pistons- Conveyors- Overhead Door Tracks- Cables- Bearings- Runners- Water Pumps- Gear and Break Mechanisms- Metal Parts- Hinges- Catches'' in case sahi se nazar na araha ho to. And yes it says Bearings twice in the list on the can its not a typo.

    Khair 400ml ka can hai Which i got for Rps. 600.

    What do you guys think?

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      this is grease in spray form, its not chain wax. This can makes it a bit easier to apply grease in very small areas where you cannot use a brush or a grease gun.
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      i think this should be good for things like lock cylinders and door hinges. 600 rupees is great, the 3m aerosol costs more than 2000
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      never apply grease to lock cylinders unless there is a way to refresh that grease, I have been told by old and succesful locksmiths that beeswax is better, you dont want anything that can attract dust or dirt. beeswax does not.
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      WD-40 has a trillion use cases but it is not supposed to be used as long term lubrication on vehicle parts.

      I bought German grease:
      Liqui Moly 50 Litho HT as shown in the thread https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/bik...62#post4453923.

      It is 400 grams, bit expensive but will last for the life time of any local bike


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      sleepyhead- lol that looks like some good stuff and a good investment the local bikes deserve a little love however didnt see any of the LM here, this is the next best thing, plus i found it a bit cheaper than you mentioned.

      Xulfiqar- Sir its still a grease, but is it any better?

      margallar- i think it can do better than door hinges, a door hinge doesnt need grease that can take 145C. Why would anyone spend Rps.2000 on grease for a door hinge, thats what the little blue WD-40 is for.

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