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Pedro'sSynLube Chain Lube

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Item # PED0003

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Item # PED0003
Description

SynLube Chain Lube

Wet, muddy trail conditions are where Pedro's SynLube Chain Lube really shines. This tough, tenacious chain lube sticks like glue to your clean chain, protecting it from both mud and driving rain, as well as the particles that creep into non-synthetic lubes. Added corrosion inhibitors keep rust away, at least until you have time to hose down your ride.

Tech Specs
Recommended Usewet, muddy, MTB chain lube
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Works great Works great!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

No more squeaks, riding nice and smooth now!

>Rating: 5

Great

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I've only used it once but so far so good. Got my drivetrain running smooth and quiet.

>Rating: 5

My Favorite Lube

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

no lube lasts longer or runs smoother.

>Rating: 5

Best lubes for the money.

Can't beat the price. Works great.

>Rating: 4

Pedro's rocks so Buy Some

Lube is natural, its a good consistency an its a great price. You should buy some too. Mine didn't come with the little pointy top though so I have tousethe one from my other lube bottle, thats my only beef.

>Rating: 5

Pedro's SynLube is magic for a bike.

I have used TriFlow and some non-bike-specific lubes for a while, and so Pedro's SynLube, which is actually made for bikes, has really impressed me: my chain runs quieter than it has since it was new, my shifters and derailleurs shift more smoothly and with less effort than ever, and my suspension appreciates the added lube on the sliding parts. I am pretty happy with the SynLube and will definitely buy it again.

>Rating: 5

My most used lube

This lube has gotten the most use from me over the past few years. I use it on cables especially (or any non-chain part that needs a light lube--derailleurs and others). I also use it on chains when it's wet because it lasts on there better than anything else I've used. For my everyday bike, I like to use this on the chain, so that I don't have to lube the chain everytime I go out for a ride. Again, it's long lasting on a chain. It's heavier in viscocity than Pedro's Go lube--I like a wet lube to be a bit heavier.

>Rating: 2

ehh...

i dont know about this one. I bought it to put on my commuter that frequently got left out in the rain... it keeps it semi smooth at best, and thats after cleaning it with a chain tool. It picks up road vomit like none other. nothing better than feeling gravel in your drive train. I use dumonde tech lite on my road bike and it is flawless, so i was expecting that level of performance here, but it did not deliver.

>Rating: 4

Great Lube for WET CONDITIONS

If you've got a mudfest race, this stuff is like gold. It sticks to your chain and sheds water and mud. Not sure how or why, but it works great. If it is dry, don't use this stuff. If you are a roadie, don't use this stuff.

>Rating: 4

Overall decent lube

This is a sweet syn lube that is best when combined with using a degreaser first. Be sure to get the chain nice and clean before applying this one.

>Rating: 2

Go with Ice or similar "dry" lube instead.

Eh. Not so good. Stick with a dry lube and stay away from this stuff.