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Honda Moly 60 paste alternatives

Discussion in 'Australia' started by adv_rider, Jul 7, 2009.

  1. Big Willy

    Big Willy Gen. Italia

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  2. dirtsurfer

    dirtsurfer Adventourer

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    I think I have some at home if you want a dab. I can post it up to you
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  3. BergDonk

    BergDonk Old Enough to Know Better

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  4. Gunerdo

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    Clymer workshop manual, as an alternative, recommends never-seize.
    The silver shit that gets every-where, once you take the lid off.
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  5. Beemerboff

    Beemerboff Long timer

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    Maybe find out what Honda recommend in its place - I bought four tubes of the 60 while i could!
    I assume that you want it to lube the splines on a paralever driveshaft - before Moly 60 we had a similar problem with the IRS on our Triumph cars and we used a special Renault grease supplied for the CV joints on their FWD autos .
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  6. Quirky

    Quirky Been here awhile

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  7. diabolik37

    diabolik37 Deadly Gubba

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    Yes.. the Moly 50 that you can buy in any good tool shop around Australia... Being using it for years...
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  8. farqhuar

    farqhuar Human guinea pig

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    Castrol LMM for me. Available at any BP servo as well as the usual AutoBarn, Supercheap and Repco etc. stores.
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    Gunerdo fromwanerbe

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  10. Boxa

    Boxa 2 Smoking Barrels

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    Aussie made Molybond. https://www.itwpf.com.au/molybond-lubricants/ga50/

    "GA50 – An assembly compound containing 50% of molybdenum disulphide in a lithium based grease used as an anti-seize and anti-scuffing compound for metal parts which may reach temperatures up to 400°C. It has excellent anti-seize capabilities compared to nickel and copper based anti-seize compounds and is extremely effective in preventing fretting corrosion in closely fitted parts assembled using freezing or heating techniques. It can be used for mechanisms which may not be lubricated during service life."
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  11. Brian Barr

    Brian Barr n00b

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  12. Hay Ewe

    Hay Ewe Just a Wannabe

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    Munich bmw over in perth have small tubs for when doing cluthch changes, thats i used.
    Other times i use Thixo-grease.
    Bell helicopters allow its use on spline drives and main rotor grips. If its good enough for them, its good enough for me.
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  13. SaAdvRider99

    SaAdvRider99 Been here awhile

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