Park Tool PolyLube 1000 Bicycle Grease
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- Polyurea lubricant developed specifically for bicycle maintenance and repair
- Extremely high shear strength to protect vital parts under extreme conditions
- Repels moisture
- 4 oz. (113 g) tube
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Park Tool PolyLube 1000 Bicycle Grease
Properly applied grease will protect and extend the life of a bicycle's components while improving performance. Park Tool's PolyLube 1000 polyurea lubricant was developed specifically for bicycle maintenance and repair, and can be used with any type of ball bearings, threads, or press fit applications found on a bicycle, including headsets, bottom brackets, cranks, pedals, and hubs. PolyLube 1000 has an extremely high shear strength to protect vital parts under extreme conditions. PolyLube 1000 also repels moisture and is compatible with conventional greases.
Available as a 4 oz. tube (PPL-1) or 16 oz. tub (PPL-2).
NOTE: Some painted surfaces can be sensitive to oil and grease. Clean off any excess oil or grease immediately. Test first on an inconspicuous area to see if it causes a stain or discoloration.
Park Tool offers a full line of greases and compounds for thread and surface preparation:
|PPL-1 Polylube 1000||HPG-1 High Performance Grease||ASC-1 Anti-Seize Compound||SAC-2 Assembly Compound||TLR-1 Medium Strength Threadlocker||RC-1 Press Fit Retaining Compound|
|Recommended application||General purpose grease for bearings, threads, and general assembly||Precision ground/ceramic bearings, pivots, suspension components||Bottom bracket and pedal threads, pressed headset cups, seat posts, quill stems||Seatposts, handlebars, stems||Threaded bottom bracket cups, disc brake rotor bolts, stem bolts||Press fit bottom bracket parts, pressed headset cups, sealed bearings|
TRUSTED SINCE 1963
Since our origins in the back of a bike shop in 1963, it has been our sole mission to design and manufacture high-quality tools that empower mechanics and riders of all skill levels to service their bicycles. As with our other 500+ tools, our grease is a product of our decades of experience and expertise in the industry, in the shop and on the trail.
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Product detailsColor:PPL-1 - 4 oz. Tube
- Item Weight : 6.4 Ounces
- Department : Women's;Men's
- Date First Available : August 24, 2009
- Manufacturer : Park Tool
- ASIN : B07BMZXBXB
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By Marshall David Wahlstromhelgren on November 23, 2018
By John Baker on September 7, 2016
I used a mixture of mineral spirits/water/detergent to clean out my bike's dirty bearings and crank, and used this stuff to relubricate them. It's a thick sort of paste with a pleasant bluish-green color, and it works awesome for bearings because it's thick enough to hold them in place when you're putting the small bearings in so that they won't fall out, but it's greasy enough that once they get rolling they're lubricated perfectly. My wheels spun much nicer after applying this stuff. It's not revolutionary, but it's a fair amount for a good price. You could probably service ten bikes with one tube, or just one bike for a few years depending on how often you bother to re-grease your internals.
This stuff would also work great for lubricating a few things inside the frame; maybe rubbing a little on the walls of the seat tube, or especially lubricating the internal bolts and nuts in the head-tube to prevent them from corroding (be very careful with placing any grease in the head-tube!), which can be a serious pain if you ever try to install a new fork. I wouldn't use this on external bolts, like the rear or front axles, because this stuff will stay on there forever and collect all manner of dirt and debris. Leave that sort of stuff to light oil.
I did the "pepsi" challenge with this stuff with some of the red "high temp" grease used in many automotive bearings. The wheels spun noticeably easier and longer with this grease than with the red grease, and I fully tested both making sure to fully clean out all of the red before applying and testing this grease.
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Parts move with a very satisfying smoothness when greased up with this so I'm very happy.
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This one is about the best all-purpose grease for bicycles that I've used. And I used a lot of lubricant in my time, I can tell you.
I'm now going to get some tubs of slightly thicker polyurea for the car and motorhome.