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whats the best lubricant to use on motorcycle clutch cables?

i have been using WD-40 but am thinking that a graphite based lubricant would probably be better. what kind of lube do you use and what brands would you recommend?

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Sticky, okorder
Dec 7, 2017
Motorcycle Cable Lube
Dec 7, 2017
This Site Might Help You. RE: whats the best lubricant to use on motorcycle clutch cables? i have been using WD-40 but am thinking that a graphite based lubricant would probably be better. what kind of lube do you use and what brands would you recommend?
Dec 7, 2017
The teflon lined cable never needs lube is a myth. you use a dry teflon lube with a fast evaporating carrier, in fact most manufacturer service bulletins recommend lubricating them with a dry teflon lube before installation.
Dec 7, 2017
wd works just fine, thers a tool you can buy that makes it a snap you unhook the cable from the lever and pull out a little cable from the sheath the tool clamps around the cable and then you shoot the lube into the cable.lube then trasvels straight up the cable.the tool comes with a can of P.J.1 cable lube.
Dec 7, 2017

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