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Finish Line Anti Seize Grease

Prevents cold-welding, galling, and seizing of metal to metal contact parts, especially those subject to extreme pressures and moist conditions such as bolt threads, seatposts, pedals, bottom brackets, etc. For all metals, but essential when attaching reactive metals like titanium, aluminium, and specialty alloys and magnesium.

  • Prevents cold welding, galling and seizing of threaded parts.
  • Excellent for use on parts subjected to extreme pressures and moist conditions.
  • Use on all metals; aluminum, titanium, carbon steel, magnesium.
  • Available in 8oz / 240ml tin.

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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good grease but brush is superflous OK so I'm a bit of a rookie and didn't know what to expect. But my advice would be to avoid using the supplied brush for applying the grease as it's diificult to avoid putting on too much. Maybe the brush would be good for use on a steam engine or such like. Once there's too much grease it's almost impossible to remove whithout leaving everything with a copperslip shine. The grease however seems pretty good! 03 March 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 il grasso è di colore marrone ruggine e sporca molto ! Magari questo grasso avrà anche ottime qualità, ma se va a finire sul telaio dato il colore marrone/ruggine sporca e rimane difficilissimo da tirar via 26 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works a treat I bought this grease for my bottom bracket, not realising the colour and make-up. Once used though, it worked a treat and I've had no grease seep. 11 November 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just great Does what it should making screws very easy to unscrew later when you need to unscrew them. Simply great product 11 September 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by does what it says on the tin? It does, what more can you ask? Just a note on the titanium not being reactive comment posted below, the titanium might be fine, but aluminium alloy components in Ti frames can corrode extreamly quickly unless insulated from the Ti. I've seen BB's pulled out of frames after the threads have dissolved! 15 August 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great anti seize grease ideal for all your screw threads whatever metal it is. 04 March 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pederast Sorry be pedantic but titanium is less reactive than gold which is why titanium frames aren't generally painted; aluminium on the other hand isn't particularly reactive but the oxide increases in volume by at least twice in comparison to aluminium alloy which is why seatposts stick in seat tubes. 25 February 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality This is great anti-seize. It is made out of an ideal viscosity to made secure assembly as well as anti-seize properties. The brush is quite useful to slop some on a piece of card or something when using. 15 October 2008
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Suitable for Seatposts?

May seem a dumb question, it's just because I've seen that you're not supposed to use grease along the seatpost when inserting into the seat tube of the frame. Would this be the case?
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A small film of grease on the seatpost is ok; this allows you to raise or lower the post as required.. leaving it completely dry means you run the risk of the post sticking/ becoming 'frozen' in place. Of course, if you use a lot of grease the post will not hold at all, so only use a very fine amount. Apply it conservatively, and then wipe any excess away before and after tightening your seat clamp.
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Can use grease on seatposts no problem, just don't use too much and don't apply around the clamp area
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