Can you use white lithium grease on chain?
I use white lithium in a can all the time. It seems to do the job and I get around or about 25 to 30 hours out of a chain and sprockets before I need new ones and thats not saying that mine are that all wore out.
Is grease good for motorcycle chain?
Beware. While the usage of bike oil and grease is not advisable as a bike chain lube, they can still work some magic. Motor oil is another alternative to getting an actual bike chain lubricant. The fact of the matter is that it will wear away the components it is used on, owing to its acidity and particulate matter.
Can you use white lithium grease on bikes?
Yes, you CAN use that crap as a light lubricant and seize preventant, but it’s way too thin for use as a bearing grease. If you ask 99% of the population what “white lithium grease” is, that’s what they’ll mention.
What is lithium grease used for?
Lithium grease is the most commonly used lubricating grease around the globe – accounting for 75% of lubricating applications across all industries. In the automotive industry it is commonly used as a lubricant in wheel bearing and chassis applications.
Does white lithium grease go bad?
It will not expire.
Is Lithium Grease OK for wheel bearings?
The LubriMatic White Lithium Grease, part # L11350, can be used on your wheel bearings. If you want to remove it, you will just need to wipe the parts down as best as you can, and then you can use some brake cleaner to further clean the bearings.