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    wurth sachets

    u can buy wurth brake sachets. its basically copper grease but silver. its rated to like 1100 degrees so its good enough for breaks. ang if (like me) at home u dont use iy much its much better than buying a big 5 tub that ull either loose or will gt knocked over and leak everywhere.

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    dont put it on you're pads or disc tho, you'll come to a corner and not stop! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiejuR51 View Post
    dont put it on you're pads or disc tho, you'll come to a corner and not stop! lol
    well not on the braking part of your pads

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    yea the back of the pads
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    i just "borrowed" a big tin of rocol J166 from work. if you knock it over it shouldnt leak as its bloody thick grease
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    but u allways loose the lid for it, allways
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    word is, copper grease shouldn't be used on bike brakes because the seals are a different rubber to car ones and the copper grease swells them. Don't think there much truth in it to be honest though.

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    iv allways used it with no problems. most of the people i know use it without problems so dont think its true. probably a ducati thing lol
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    unfortunately theyve stopped making the sachets now, we use alot of Wurth products and weve bought 200 of those sachets and i use em everyday, on most bodywork and brake bolts, especially ally bolts. its perfectly good for the back of brake pads. are u thinkin of the rubber grease for the pistons? that fucks bike seals?
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    dammit. wurth is more commercial use aint it. dont seem to see it many places but in garages
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    garages arent meant to sell on the commercial products like those sachets and theyve stopped making them so my boss bought the last 200, if anyone sees anything similar let me know. btw theyre 5g sachets of high tempeature brake paste.
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    we just use normal wurth copper grease i think its cu800 or something like that, comes in a big tin or a spray

    we just throw the lids away and leave them lidless nothing wrong with that

    and most of the merc brake pad kits come with silver grease aswell

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    i just punched a hole through the tins lid and stuck a cheapo brush through it... lift off the lid with the brush then paint it onto the back of pads, bolt threads etc then pop the brush back in the tin and the lid is on as well

    i use it on everything its great stuff. maybe thats because ive had to deal with classic cars though. will never get bolts seize if you use it
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