Honda Moly 60 Grease Will One 2 oz Tube Do what you need


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Honda Moly 60 Grease Will One 2 oz Tube Do what you need

Postby fastf » Sun Sep 25, 2011 5:58 pm



I want to know will one 2 oz tube cover the splines and the hub?I saw two tubes for $21 dollars on ebay .Who makes grease that is as good or better I know someone manufactures this Moly 60 grease for Honda.



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Re: Honda Moly 60 Grease Will One 2 oz Tube Do what you need

Postby mrmikey » Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:48 pm

Loctite moly paste is 65% molybendium disulphide http://tinyurl.com/4y765hv , here's the spec sheet http://www.kraftindustrialsupply.com/My ... lyP-EN.pdf I picked mine up a few years back when I bought my Kawi 1500, can't remember the price but I think it was around $20-$30 for the small brush top bottle.....Mike
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Re: Honda Moly 60 Grease Will One 2 oz Tube Do what you need

Postby fastf » Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:57 pm

Thanks who knows they might be the ones who make it for Honda.Honda ain't in the oil and grease business.They build cars motorcycles and engines and such.

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Re: Honda Moly 60 Grease Will One 2 oz Tube Do what you need

Postby RoadRogue » Sun Sep 25, 2011 10:01 pm

A 2 oz tube will last you for a few years, I use an old toothbrush to apply the grease to the splines at every tire change ( for me thats every springtime) or if I have a need to take the rear wheel off for any reason.
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Re: Honda Moly 60 Grease Will One 2 oz Tube Do what you need

Postby fastf » Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:04 am

Well that answers my question so two 2 oz. tubes will do me for sometime I also thought about a small paint brush to put it on I read somewhere a popcicle stick any how thanks a bunch.

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Re: Honda Moly 60 Grease Will One 2 oz Tube Do what you need

Postby cbx4evr » Mon Sep 26, 2011 2:01 pm

One tube will last you a life time and two tubes eternity.

Check the price at the dealership. I seem to recall I picked up a tube for $9 and I know you can get it cheaper than what you quoted.

There are a couple of other Moly products available but buying the Honda branded stuff takes out the guesswork.
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Re: Honda Moly 60 Grease Will One 2 oz Tube Do what you need

Postby fastf » Mon Sep 26, 2011 7:41 pm

I will check with Honda and then decide thanks for every ones help.

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Re: Honda Moly 60 Grease Will One 2 oz Tube Do what you need

Postby DickKelso » Sat Oct 01, 2011 12:46 pm

For putting the moly paste on, I recommend going to Harbor Freight and buying a pack of acid brushes. They are about 1/2" across at the bristles, and get into any space you need to get. Use one, throw it away. They are very inexpensive. And as was mentioned, do that to the splines every time the rear wheel is off, and you will avoid any nasty wear problems.

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Re: Honda Moly 60 Grease Will One 2 oz Tube Do what you need

Postby kingzero » Sat Oct 01, 2011 7:21 pm

Ditto on the acid brushes. They are cheap and you can throw them away. Don't forget
your drive shaft splines. They are easily forgotten.
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Re: Honda Moly 60 Grease Will One 2 oz Tube Do what you need

Postby fastf » Sun Oct 02, 2011 7:57 am

You can bet I'm gonna do it right I don't plan buying a new rear end.




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