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Moly 60 paste

Post by browntuna5647 » Sun Mar 27, 2016 9:08 am

I recently discovered that Moly 60 paste is no longer available from Honda. The rear splines are to be lubed with this item, and the substitutes such as the Moly 77 does not have the same temperature capacity as the Moly 60. In your breakdown of removing the rear wheel on an 82 Aspencade on your website, it suggests using the Moly 77 paste. Is this 77 going to be adequate? Any other ideas?

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Re: Moly 60 paste

Post by Happytrails » Sun Mar 27, 2016 9:21 am

There are other moly pastes available that would be a good replacement for Moly 60.
1991 GL1500 SE Anniversary Edition
Sun Flare Gold Metallic
Vallant Brown Inset

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Re: Moly 60 paste

Post by Rednaxs60 » Sun Mar 27, 2016 9:41 am

I used the Moly 77 paste from my local honda dealer for the drive line. Cost was approximately $12.00 an ounce (tube was 2 ounces). Looked for an alternative and scoured the different forums.

Found a reference to Loctite LB8012 and researched it. Has an advertised moly content of 65% - the actual is not stated as it is proprietary. I found it to have good consistency, and was not as dry as the moly 77 from Honda. Cost to me was $6.00 per ounce.

Interesting about the Honda Moly 77 paste is that it is made by PolySi Technologies, 5108 Rex McLeod Dr, Sanford, NC. There is no mention on the tube as to the moly content except the title, or any other content.

Here are a couple of pictures of this product:

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Re: Moly 60 paste

Post by OldZX11Rider » Sun Mar 27, 2016 3:09 pm

I'm using the Loctite Moly. Found it on a Wal-Mart website but it comes from someplace in California, I think.
Try, I think that was it. Was about $28 to my front door.

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