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    Creaky Paragon Sliders

    Looking for some recomendos on what lube you all are using for your paragon sliders. Mine start creaking after about three rides.
    Yes I have checked that the bolts are tight and yes I have tried every lube that I have in my garage.
    So what's the secret?

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    Have you tried anti-seize compound? I use the marine grade stuff (Marine Never Seez) on bolts and such, especially with Ti. It resists washout very well, is less likely to get squeezed out from between parts, and does not evaporate.

    http://www.neverseezproducts.com/marine.htm
    My video techniques can be found in this thread.

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    i use Phil's Tenacious Oil inbetween the plates...works like a charm.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    Have you tried anti-seize compound? I use the marine grade stuff (Marine Never Seez) on bolts and such, especially with Ti. It resists washout very well, is less likely to get squeezed out from between parts, and does not evaporate.

    http://www.neverseezproducts.com/marine.htm
    I probably need this because of the incredibly wet conditions that we have in So. Utah.

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