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Old 01-13-2004, 12:48 PM   #1
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I would like to share info and get info on these products.

We all know about White Lightning Paragon Liquid Bearing and Ultralon. I found if you brush the White Lighting on you get much better results becouse it is much thinner.

Anyone tried the Finish Line products? They have different types. They have a wax based like White Lightning but also a PTFE (teflon) based one.
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Old 01-13-2004, 01:46 PM   #2
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i've used the finish line products, they were popular with the bicycle crowds. the wax stay kinda sticky so i don't think i'd be much good except for spur to pinion gear lube. the teflon liquid is good though/
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I use this and so far it is awesome!!

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Wow. Necrobump from hell! 10+ years. At least you're on-topic.
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Wow. Necrobump from hell! 10+ years. At least you're on-topic.
And thank you for using the search function!
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Holy.... This one definitely beats out all necrobumps lol
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Glad Barry White finally found someone to answer his question. I'm sure he's getting right on that new dry lube!
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