Honda MOLY Grease


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pocketchange
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Honda MOLY Grease

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If you need spline (moly grease) and want the "best" product of this type.. locate a tube of TS-70 MOLY.
I used it off-shore and remember it to this day as it being the lube of choice for BOP valves and similar extreme duty applications (deck collars, drill pipe, etc..)
BTW, it is not cheap and has the highest underwater retention rating available of a Moly type lube... pc


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pocketchange wrote: Tue Nov 05, 2019 5:07 pm If you need spline (moly grease) and want the "best" product of this type.. locate a tube of TS-70 MOLY.
I used it off-shore and remember it to this day as it being the lube of choice for BOP valves and similar extreme duty applications (deck collars, drill pipe, etc..)
BTW, it is not cheap and has the highest underwater retention rating available of a Moly type lube... pc
https://www.tsmoly.com/anti-seize-lubri ... -p-89.html

I did a search with www.SearchTempest.com and on Amazon, did not find a vendor anywhere that sells their product. but, it is only $39 bux, and that is very reasonable.
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Re: Honda MOLY Grease

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I've been using Loctite Moly PASTE, not Grease for 10 years. Paste is thicker, less likely to sag in high heat, getting the grease all over your wheel is a mess. Honda has always recommended Moly Paste, not grease, for this reason.
Honda sells their branded M-77 Moly Paste now. You can get the Honda branded 2.65 oz on Amazon $16
Loctite Moly Paste is still $28 for 8 oz on Amazon Prime(free shipping and best price)
https://www.amazon.com/Honda-HN-08798-9 ... ref=sr_1_2
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