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9/15/2018 3:12 PM

Hello all, I am a retired Nuclear Power Operations Management professional. I used to ride motocross on a Husky years ago, but those days are over. In the Nuclear business we used Neolube liquid to paint studs and other parts for long lasting lube at high temps. The Neolube is a liquid graphite product that you would paint on your chain and let dry. It eliminates friction and drys leaving a very thin coating which attracts no contamination, and super lubrication. I would like to know all your thoughts on this and if anyone has used anything comparable. Want both positive and negative feedback please. Thanks so much, Lee from Oklahoma

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9/15/2018 3:18 PM

Bro, did you really have to start a 2nd thread and copy paste the same message?

https://m.vitalmx.com/forums/Moto-Related,20/Motocross,1346515

Time for you to GTFO trollbot.

Much ty.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

9/15/2018 3:24 PM

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9/15/2018 3:24 PM

I use bacon grease.

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9/15/2018 3:30 PM

MudPup545 wrote: Photo

OP must be Frank Grimes LOL.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

9/15/2018 3:51 PM

>Retired Nuclear Power worker

>Pitches a new type of lube to a bunch of shitposters on VitalMX

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9/15/2018 3:55 PM

ATKpilot99 wrote:

I use bacon grease.

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9/15/2018 4:25 PM

ATKpilot99 wrote:

I use bacon grease.

MX915 wrote: Photo

LOL.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

9/15/2018 5:18 PM

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I use prefabulated amulite.

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9/15/2018 5:26 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/15/2018 8:03 PM

if I plant a light bulb in my garden, does it grow into a power plant?

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scte3.0 pro-line trinity tekin

9/15/2018 7:00 PM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

LOL.

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My God youre greasy.

laughing laughing laughing

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9/15/2018 7:05 PM

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9/15/2018 9:29 PM

It doesn't take a Nuclear Power Operations Manager to know modern chains do not require lubrication.

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9/17/2018 9:04 AM

Jeremy Macbeth wrote:

It doesn't take a Nuclear Power Operations Manager to know modern chains do not require lubrication.

Sorry if I offended anyone, as I do realize modern chains have o-rings and encapsulated grease. The point I was trying to make is the fact that this lubricant actually becomes impregnated in the chain thus reducing the contact friction and will not build up anything such as grease or dirt on the outside of the chain. Reducing the friction coefficient automatically gives you more speed. I was only asking a question. Thanks, Lee

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9/17/2018 10:26 AM

Leo_Whinery wrote:

Sorry if I offended anyone, as I do realize modern chains have o-rings and encapsulated grease. The point I was trying to make ...more

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Ed Johnson

9/18/2018 3:51 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/18/2018 3:52 PM

Man ppl here are such douchebags sometimes. The dude asked a simple question what your thoughts on the matter was and ppl starting picking on him. Fuck, didnt your parents teach you guys anything about manners and respect?. So what if he started 2 threads, what is it to u?. Dont fucking read them then and stop being smartasses and call the dude a troll. It might just be that he doesnt know a lot about how forums work or something so dont judge the dude!..

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9/18/2018 3:57 PM

sounds like a good idea to me.....make it happen

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9/18/2018 4:01 PM

Do it, I'll try it. I love a nice, freewheeling rear wheel.

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9/18/2018 8:22 PM

You lost me at nuclear

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9/18/2018 8:27 PM

barnett468 wrote:

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I use prefabulated amulite.

I'm sure the government will buy it

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9/18/2018 9:32 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/18/2018 9:33 PM

Rs444 wrote:

Man ppl here are such douchebags sometimes. The dude asked a simple question what your thoughts on the matter was and ppl ...more

That Maverick guy is quite the dick sometimes but he posts SO FRICKIN MUCH that his little jabs at people seem to go unnoticed. What I have picked up anyway.....

I fully agree with your post. Not sure why the OP is getting piled on ermm

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9/19/2018 3:58 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/19/2018 3:59 AM

Gearbox oil with tungsten disulfide mixed in it for chain lube.
Little grease, Mobil 1, tungsten disulfide powder in wheel bearings.
That's my trick. Spin like bicycle wheels

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