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Tri-Flow Superior Lubricant vs Phil Tenacious Oil (self.bikewrench) submitted 5 years ago by Lumby I'm still new to bike maintenance and have been investing in learning it over the past year.

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Tri-Flow Superior Lubricant vs Phil Tenacious Oil (self.bikewrench) submitted 5 years ago by Lumby I'm still new to bike maintenance and have been investing in learning it over the past year.

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Phil Wood. Another highly recommended chain oil is called Phil Tenacious Oil. It also works great as a lubricant and water repellent, but some people find it a bit too thick for chains. I find it is best used to lubricate the inside of internal gear hubs like Sturmey-Archer 3-speeds.

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The heavier nature of Tenacious Oil means it should last longer than lighter mixtures and is known to be extremely tolerant of wet and muddy conditions. Tri-Flow Superior Lubricant: This light oil, mostly a mixture of petroleum oil an additive (Teflon®), comes in an aerosol, a pump, a squeeze bottle and is available practically everywhere.

Tri-Flow Superior Lubricant vs Phil Tenacious Oil : bikewren...

Tri-Flow Superior Lubricant vs Phil Tenacious Oil (self.bikewrench) submitted 5 years ago by Lumby I'm still new to bike maintenance and have been investing in learning it over the past year.

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Phil tenacious oil is also pretty useless in my opinion. Park grease is so-so. Its consistency is on par with what a bike grease should be, but i dont use it in bearings. I use it for seat posts and threads. Anti-sieze is TECHNICALLY the superior thing to use for threads, but you should be servicing your bike often enough for it to be a non issue.

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One example would be the popular Phil's Tenacious Oil. It is the perfect lube for inside of freehub bodies, but far too thick and stringy to be used on a chain. ... Tri-Flo Superior Lubricant FTW ...

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Tri-Flow Superior Lubricant vs Phil Tenacious Oil (self.bikewrench) submitted 5 years ago by Lumby I'm still new to bike maintenance and have been investing in learning it over the past year.

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"Superior" - um...to what? Mobil1 Grease is going to be about $15.00 for a small tub, add another $6.00 for a quart of 5w 50 Mobil one (if you can find that viscosity with out going to a truck stop). Then mix it and guess as to the mixture - or - spend $10.00 on some Phil Wood grease (and Tenacious oil for the cart bearings and freehub pawls).

What's your preferred chain lube and why? : bikewren...

What's your preferred chain lube and why? (self.bikewrench) ... Phil's tenacious oil. Stickiest, most enduring stuff I've found yet, and it doesn't attract too much dirt/mud. ... I was using Tri-Flow, but I'm now trying an odd lube because I like the idea of biodegradable oil. It's called Hippy Lube and it's made by Filzer.