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Park Tool Supergrip Carbon and Alloy Assembly Compound - 4 oz. tube

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Get a grip.

Park Tool Supergrip Carbon and Alloy Assembly Compound creates a better grip between slippery surfaces, so you don't have to deal with slippery seatposts, stems, or handlebars anymore.

Note: Not for threaded surfaces. Do not use for bearing lubrication

  • Item #PAR0268

Tech Specs

Volume
4 oz
Recommended Use
greasing slippery carbon and alloy contact points

Tech Specs

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  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

There is really nothing wrong with this product, holds true, never had damage to carbon, and a little goes a long way. My only complaint is really just personal preference, but I didn't realize how this was more liquid like than solid. I prefer a solid paste otherwise it gets messy.

Works great.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm not certain the issue that the one poor review has had but I have used this with no issues. I used this to attach a dropper post lever to carbon bars and also for the seat post on the dropper in the seat clamp as recommended by manufacturer specs. Everything was torqued accordingly and it has been working as advertised with no issues or damage.

I have never had an issue with Park Tool items and they know bikes.

Damages Carbon

    I have used Carbon compound plenty of times before, but this is my first with this brand. The compound beads in this one are rather large and do not "pop" when pressure is applied during clamping or tightening. It then makes large holes in your carbon. For Instance my carbon handlebars have very large noticeable holes in them and yes I torqued it to spec. A friend of mine took a look at the compound and then threw bottle in the garbage and said don't use it anymore. Go with FinishLine or FSA compound. Honestly i was a little surprised since I own other Park Tool items such as all purpose grease and Tools. Oh and do not use on seatposts! no matter the brand of compound!