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Super Lube Grease

Anyone using this stuff on bushings and has a feedback for there Silicone Dielectric Grease
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Dielectric grease is not for suspension.

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Dielectric grease is not for suspension.
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Um, you do know that's not dielectric grease, right?

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Um, you do know that's not dielectric grease, right?
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why not use graphite grease i think it would hold up to your conditions a little bit better then dielectric grease. graphite grease isn't oil based so you don't have to worry. i love graphite grease except when it gets on my hands.

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All ‘non carbon’ and ‘non silver’ based greases are considered dielectric.

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Not to be Rude, but all of this don't answer's the question. We all know that our car's are special and therefor need special care. Squeaking freaks all of us out. Spending money is not a problem if it is worth the buck. I recently installed the Steeda IRS Bushing and the grease they send is way nastier than the regular Permatex Dielectric grease from local Part Stores for $6.00 a 3 Oz Tube. So i am hunting for the the best i can get out off the $$$$.
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May someone tells me " just stop wasting your time and get the Prothane SuperGrease from Summit" for $20.00 i am fine with it, cuz it was used here and worked out good.
DYI, i just ordered one of the SuperLube stuff and will keep y'all Posted. I only hope i don't have to write it up to the Life-experience Account. lol
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Got this stuff Today Don't waste your money unless you need a fancy Grease for anything you can think off less your car bushings. Permatex Dielectric is much more solid than this Lotion.

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Got this stuff Today Don't waste your money unless you need a fancy Grease for anything you can think off less your car bushings. Permatex Dielectric is much more solid than this Lotion.
may i suggest graphite grease again? stuff is super thick and isn't prone to heat and is non-petroleum based.

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may i suggest graphite grease again? stuff is super thick and isn't prone to heat and is non-petroleum based.
hell yeah, lol. May i ask for a link or a brand ?

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here's some http://www.autozone.com/R,2352417/st...ductDetail.htm
i wouldn't suggest the superfine get some heavy duty stuff thats really thick so it sticks well. you can easily find this crap at autozone or even pepboys

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Thanks V8' i will be tire-kicking soon.

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When I installed poly front sway bar bushings, they creaked and squeaked like crazy. I tried a couple different hings that didnt last. What did work though was Energy Suspension Formula Five Prelube. If I remember right, I only had to apply it the one time a few years ago. They havent made a sound since.

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They havent made a sound since.
Maybe they fell out..

Sorry it was my first thought.


I too will try some of these greases. I hate squeakes.

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Update

Hey Aaron, just seen your replay.
I went to a few local stores for the Graphite Grease with no luck. So i went and just ordered this ( http://www.4wheelparts.com/Formula-5..._pn=ENE9.11104 )8oz. can at the Store here.
After holding this stuff in my Hand's today i right away ordered another can
Well worth the Money. In Store Price is $ 8.99
You can get the Spicer U-Joints there too.
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Good deal. If that stuff doest keep things quiet I dont think anything will!

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Good deal. If that stuff doest keep things quiet I dont think anything will!
2x , Got me sick that squeaking. You go somewhere with the Car squeaking like that ruins the whole overall impression. Not really something to be proud off. And ones all is done i need some donut lessons. You in?

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