WM Outboard PF30 install lube
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    WM Outboard PF30 install lube

    Wheels manufacturing Outboard PF30 installation in carbon fiber frame - Phil wood grease or Teflon paste to lube the contact area between it and the frame - or doesn't matter?
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    Coulda sworn I replied right after you posted...you've probably installed it by now but any grease is fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cxwrench View Post
    Coulda sworn I replied right after you posted...you've probably installed it by now but any grease is fine.
    Thanks, I haven't installed it yet but only due to lack of time, its just loosely dry fitted - I have both paste and grease available just need to get out there and do it now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Srode View Post
    Thanks, I haven't installed it yet but only due to lack of time, its just loosely dry fitted - I have both paste and grease available just need to get out there and do it now.
    Assembly paste is just grease with some grit in it. You need the grit when things are slipping with regular grease. Otherwise, grease is just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry Irons View Post
    Assembly paste is just grease with some grit in it. You need the grit when things are slipping with regular grease. Otherwise, grease is just fine.
    its not assembly paste I was talking about, although i have that also (not something for a bottom bracket like this one of course)- it's teflon paste often used by plumbers. I'll end up using grease, easier to clean up off my hands when done!
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