Originally Posted by 2door
Good suggestion, Curt. Let us know how it works after some miles.
It's surprisning how many different products folks discover that works well on our bikes. Thanks for sharing your discovery.
I know the Opti-2 haters will bash me but I've found that it works great for a cable and chain lube. A little pricy for those uses but it only takes a few drops.
The reasion i happen to think about it: i was repairing my mower deck,taking the pulley off it was rusty and had to use a puller Anti-zes don't seem to to keep the moister out. ( my tractor sets in a pole barn ) So i thought i would try Dielectric grease. I had been thinking about it for a while as every time i use it my hands are slipery and it takes a few washings to get it off.
I know it works good on all electrical conections and use it a lot on my trailer plugs and battery post.................Curt