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Which grease I should use for Shimano shadow+ clutch rear derailleur? The guy on video refer it on 3:02
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The grease that the technician referred to is known as 'Nexus Grease' which can be found listed below.
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At present we do not stock a stanchion lubricant.
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I just have a bottle of shock oil i bought from CRC and wrap a cloth below the seal the use an old syringe you can get them for less than a quid elsewhere then use the syringe to apply the oil very easy to do takes next to no time just wipe of the excess when your done and away you go.
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which oil or like product is best for my chain after cleaning?
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Wash and lube dude; then go man go!

Having tried many lubes over the years, Finish Line Dry Lube is the ONLY way to go, in my view. Wet lube always attracts more grit resulting in more gunk and wear. It's a wet-on-wet capillary attraction and cannot be avoided. Go DRY Lube and go longer and better.

However, you should ALWAYS wash off your drivetrain after a mucky/gritty ride. Few things wear components more quickly than the abrasive effects of small particles.
As already mentioned, Wash and lube dude; then go man go!
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If you ride on wet roads or muddy trails, you should opt for a wet lube, which has a thicker consistency so it won't wash away in a downpour. For more arid conditions, try a thinner, dry lube. Buy one of each so you're ready for any weather, but always be sure to clean your chain before switching.
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Suspension Soluble Grease

Soon to be servicing my rockshox sector forks, could you recommend a grease that is suspension oil soluble? thanks!
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You can use a Fork Grease such as Stendec below, or Rockshox recommend a military grease (https://www.sram.com/rockshox/produ...) - you can find this with a quick search online for 'Rockshox Military Grease'
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Any lightweight synthetic grease will be fine for headset bearings/ assembly.
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