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Old 10-27-2002, 07:32 AM   #1
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Default Ok to use White lithium grease on rubber?

I read someone online (H-T) that its bad to use White lithium grease on polyurathane mount iserts becase it slowly eats at the polyurathane. I need to replace all the crap on the bottom of my shifter, and there are rubber o-rings on it...Will it be a good idea to use white lithium grease on them? Its the only grease i have. Thanks
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Default Re: Ok to use White lithium grease on rubber? (ragejed)

Alot of people recommend a siliconed based lubricant for poly bushings.

I beleave 3 in 1 is silicone based.
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Default Re: Ok to use White lithium grease on rubber? (StyleTEG)

Alright, but im not lubing poly...I am going to lube normal everday rubber o-rings..
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so..
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i put white lithium on the poly bushings that came with my progress camber kit.. been like that for well over a year and so far no problems..
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Alright, I picked up some silocne based disc brake grease..its like damn paste, lol
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