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    Crank Brothers Joplin 4 Lubrication???

    Afternoon!

    Basically, I have just stripped my adjustable seatpost and cleaned it thoroughly but the only lubricant I have is Carlube Copper Multi-purpose grease for which I use on all other components on my bike, would this be suitable for the seatpost?

    Matt.
    I ate all my carrotts when I was a little boy, so why do I need these lights to see in the dark???

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    Anyone?
    I ate all my carrotts when I was a little boy, so why do I need these lights to see in the dark???

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    I suppose you could use it, (any grease is better than no grease) but I suspect it would be a bit too sticky. A light lithuim or Teflon based grease would probably serve you better.

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    I contacted Crank Brothers directly to which they replied 'I don't see why not it won't do it any harm, but if you find it a little thick and travel adjust is slow use something thinner'.

    Cheers for your reply though.
    I ate all my carrotts when I was a little boy, so why do I need these lights to see in the dark???

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