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  • Finish Line - Dry Lube - One Color
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Finish Line Dry Lube

$5.99 - $10.99

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    • One Color, 8oz Aerosol
      $10.99
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      $5.99
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    4 Reviews

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    Keep the dust away

    Using 'wet' lubrication for your drivetrain in dusty, dry conditions results in caked, gummed-up chains and gears. Finish Line's Dry Lube was formulated to keep your chain running smoothly without attracting abrasive contaminants.

    Dry Lube looks wet when you use it, but then quickly sets with a wax-like, synthetic film. It was created with a Teflon fluoropolymer which helps to repel moisture and therefore dust. It easily withstands rides up to 100 miles. And, even though it's designed for dry conditions, it will continue to hold up well if you're hit with a mid-ride rainstorm.

    The Finish Line Dry Lube comes in a 2oz squeeze bottle and an 8oz aerosol.

    • Item #FIN0003

    Tech Specs

    Volume
    [squeeze bottle] 2 oz, [aerosol] 8 oz
    Recommended Use
    keep your shifting smooth

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    It's a lube. It does what lube does. You need to be really careful with the aerosol so that you don't get overspray on the bike, the ground, or, god forbid, your rims. I used about half the can before the spraying mechanism broke. Pretty disappointed that I couldn't even use the entire can that I paid for.

    Good n' greazy

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    After summer/fall commuting and then a lengthy slumber over the winter in my basement, my bike was feeling a little sluggish on my first couple spring rides. Ran my chain through a chain cleaner, lubed 'er up with this stuff, and zing! My drivetrain in happy and smooth again. Good stuff.