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    Finish Line Ceramic Wet

    So Yesterday I picked up a bottle of the Finish Line Ceramic Wet lube. I have been currently using the finish line wet (cross country) for wet and muddy conditions. I noticed that the cross country is a lot thicker than the ceramic and was wondering if it would compromise performance in muddy conditions. I have a race this weekend with rain in the forecast and need to decide which to use. Has anyone used the ceramic wet for muddy, wet riding and also know how it compares to the cross country?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassman1441 View Post
    So Yesterday I picked up a bottle of the Finish Line Ceramic Wet lube. I have been currently using the finish line wet (cross country) for wet and muddy conditions. I noticed that the cross country is a lot thicker than the ceramic and was wondering if it would compromise performance in muddy conditions. I have a race this weekend with rain in the forecast and need to decide which to use. Has anyone used the ceramic wet for muddy, wet riding and also know how it compares to the cross country?
    Have been using it for the last year. Has been the best lube I have used to date. Would have no worries using it in the mud or rain.

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    I have been using the cross country for a while and decided to try the ceramic a few days ago.

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    I actually switched from a thinner lube to the FLXC and like the XC better. I find the performance in wet conditions to be better and last longer with the thicker lube. One difference in my experience is that I am coming from a different thin lube (Tri-Flow).
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    The tri-flow is pretty thin stuff. I think I'll use the xc for the race if its going to be raining instead of the ceramic.

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    Yep, Tri-Flow is super thin. XC is awesome stuff. I love it.
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