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Bel-Ray Waterproof Grease is the legendary high-performance, multi-purpose grease. Superior water resistance, even in salt water, will ensure continued sealing and protection. Perfect for wheel bearings, headsets, shock linkages, swing arm pivots and other motorcycle, ATV, snowmobile and marine chassis lubrication points. Due to its aluminum complex formula, it won't melt or run out. Enhanced mechanical stability and special anti-wear additives protect and lubricate bearings for improved performance. Features: -100 % waterproof, even in saltwater -Maximum lubrication and corrosion resistance -Wear protection extends bearing life -Will not melt or runYou may also be interested in our
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Works as advertised
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Comments about Bel-Ray Waterproof Grease:
Works as advertised. Have been using it for years as a wheel bearing grease, and as a air box sealer behind the foam air filters. I saw it was on closeout, so I bought two in case they stop making it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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this is a very good product
from Smithville TX
This product repells water away from bearings this is a plus. And stays in place
This is 100% waterproof
Like they say it is 100% waterproof and they mean it it works great.
This product is great for ...
This product is great for all types of jobs on your bike. I mainly use this when i am changing tires to put on the axle or when i am greasing up some bearings for the wheel. This is not real messy if you handle it right and it works really well and does not fade out or turn into a sort of "soot" or clay like residue on the axle or bearing when it gets old, or when the part that it is on has alot of wear and tear on it.
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